The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola , has outlined the pathways which local and international investors must follow  to tap into the immense investment opportunities in the nation’s power and infrastructure sectors.

Mr Fashola,, said  investors should focus on doing business through established channels and according to laid down procedures.

He explained that those who want to produce power,  must first have a license issued by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC.

The power sector has been battling issues of increase electricity tariff since the minister came on board.

Electricity consumers took the Distribution Companies to court i  a bid to stop the outrageous bills that they received.

A Federal High Court in Lagos had since directed DISCO and NERC to reverse its decision on over 40 per cent increase in the electricity tariff.