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Environmentalists campaign against use of fossil fuel as alternative source of electricity

By TVC News Nigeria
29 May 2019   |   10:45 am
With the very poor electricity supply in Nigeria, majority of people have resulted in alternative power sources such as fossil fuel, solar, inverter and some of these affect the environment negatively.

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