In its latest investigative series called Paradise Papers, Premium Times named Azura-Edo, Nigeria’s largest Independent Power Plant, as “a huge suction pipe set up to siphon millions of tax-free dollars through a network of Mauritius-incorporated offshore shell companies”.
Mr Eyo O. Ekpo, Former Attorney General of Cross River state and former Commissioner of Market Competition and Rates at the National Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), denies Premium Times report.
1/ Much has been said recently about Nigeria's first project financed IPP, Azura-Edo, being revealed by the infamous "Paradise Papers" as having parent company registration in Mauritius, which is a renowned "tax haven". I know a few things about Azura and can say that whatever…
— Eyo (@eyooekpo) November 14, 2017
Ask the wizard of lies.