Participants at the Nigerian Economic Summit say stabilising power would encourage private sector participation and stimulate small and medium enterprises in the Country.

Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo who was among the panellists at the first session of NES said government was working extensively to fix the power sector to encourage citizens to maximise their expertise.

The CEO of General Electric, Mr Wall Rize explained that speed would be needed in revamping the power sector to make ease of doing business.

Another Panelist, Tony Elumelu of Elumelu Foundation called for building an employment-oriented framework for future economic growth.