Popular Nigerian endeavor intends to raise 480 billion naira throughout the following three years to purchase power meters and help power merchants plug an income hole in Africa’s most crowded country.
Not exactly a tenth of Nigeria’s 41 million families have their power utilization metered, and half of those are broken, concurring PricewaterhouseCoopers. Accordingly, conveyance organizations need to gauge bills, bringing about debates that defer installments.
Meter Assets Finance and Management Co. wants to end that by raising assets to buy and flexibly meters to customers, Onion Omonforma, the CEO of New Hampshire Capital, said by telephone from Lagos. New Hampshire Capital, FBNQuest and Kairos Investments Africa are assisting with bundling and structure the endeavor, known as MAPCo, for financial specialists to either purchase value or infuse obligation into the organization.