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- noun A member of a
peopleof Nigeriaand Cameroon.
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000-MW hydro project in Nigeria itself, known as Mambila; several possible projects in the hydro-rich Democratic Republic of Congo; and a range of other projects in Southern and East Africa.
Montane forest remnants also remain in gulleys of the Obudu Plateau and on the highland areas further to the north such as the Mambila and Mana Plateaux and Gashaka Gumti; all are smaller than the Cameroon patches.
It then extends northeast towards the Mambila Plateau, with an extension north to the Bamenda-Banso highlands and outliers northeast to Mambila and northwest to the Obudu Plateau of Nigeria.
In his closing address at the meeting, the acting president also disclosed that this administration's decision to fast track the resolution of PHCN labour matters and the development of three hydro electricity generating stations at Zungeru and Gurara (both in Niger State) and Mambila in Adamawa State, is a way of increasing stability of power supply in the country.
He noted that the power sector needs to be diversified to include hydro, gas and nuclear power supplies, stating that the Islamic Development Bank has provided funds for the construction of the Mambila dam.
Technology Centres (RITC) and the Mobile Internet Units (MIUs) established at the Mambila