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Nigeria‘ll explore atomic materials for energy supply — FG

As part of efforts to boost power supply in the country, the Federal government says Nigeria will join other countries of the world to exploit atomic materials for more energy supply.

The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu made this known on Monday at the Validation workshop of the Draft revised National Energy Policy and its related Master Plan in Abuja.

Dr Onu said Nigeria is watching with keen interest, the ongoing research in many countries on nuclear fusion technology for energy use and would venture into it to boost energy generation in the country.

“The progress made in this research may appear small, but it is very significant and important in energy generation. The countries involved in this research in nuclear fusion, are planning to achieve energy sufficiency in the future”

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