Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, will hold talks today with Nigerians in South Africa on a number of issues including security, the efforts of the All Progressives Congress-led Federal Government on the war against Boko Haram, the economy and other national concerns.
Prof Osinbajo, who departed early yesterday, is also scheduled to commission the consular building of the Nigeria High Commission in Pretoria, attend programmes at the House of Revival Church in Brakpan and pay a courtesy call on his South African counterpart, Mr. Cyril Rhamaphosa. The vee pee is expected back on Sunday.
In another development, Osinbajo has urged Nigerians to prepare for an imminent increase in electricity tariffs.
The statement was made when the Vice President spoke at a meeting with the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, MAN, on Thursday, October 8.
He said it is not possible to keep the tariffs at the current level and expect optimal services.
The second-in-command went on to clarify that for Nigeria to attain the desired change which it longs for in the power sector, then a change in tariffs is inevitable.

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