idris Danlami MuhammAd


ldris is the President/CEO of Consultancy Dellamore lnt/Dynamic O il & Gas DMCC Dubai. He is the immediate past MD/CEO of Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company that handed over to the private owners of the company in December 2014. On handing over Kaduna Disco, ldris assumed the leadership of consultancy Dell’amore International Ltd a world class consultancy firm in the energy sector in Nigeria which has been in existence since 1997. With his wealth of experience in the industry in Nigeria and overseas, he gave the firm a new direction with a strong desire to provide electricity to rural areas in Nigeria and beyond the shores. In this direction he initiated a special programme tagged ‘powering Rural communities” the scheme that has a solid foundation with foreign world class investo rs who have interest in improving power supply in Nigeria and Africa, especially through “Powering Africa Grants”. Consultancy Dell’amore international Ltd is already in discussion with Federal and some state governments in Nigeria to Construct new power generation projects within 90 days using some new technological innovations.
The firm is currently in discussion with government of Kaduna state Government has approved construction of 100 megawatts solar power plant. Katsina & Kana states have agreed to approved construction of 1 00 megawatts solar power plant as well. There is also proposed 1 00 megawatts solar power plant in Cross River. The Presidential init iative on North East (PINE) has already agreed to engage the service of the firm to extend access to electricity in the areas ravaged by the insurgents. Cdi is also working foreign investor from USA & China in generate power from coal in Kogi & Combe State. Cdi has just been appointed consultants to Nigeria Embassy in USA, Washington DC to identify financially capable world class investo rs to come & develop Nigerias power sector. Cdi is also to restructure the operations of the Embassy to provide world class consular services.
The CEO of Cdi, ldris Muhammad was in the consultants team of precedential business delegation that brought a consortium of 18 chinese companies to Nigeria and signed MOU to generate power from coal in kogi state.
ldris Muhammad/CEO is a strong and active member of this organization.

ldris Muhammad/CEO is a advisor to the above committee.

 ldris Mohammad/CEO also took this award as Member Governing Council WAPIC 2014. He was conferred this exhalation by Wapic (West Africa Power Industry Council)

The only Disco CEO in Nigeria’s power sector that achieved the presidential mandate in providing regular power supply to its customers for a minimum of 18 hours daily and 24 hours in some locations at Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company as attested by DC BPE during official handing over to new owners on 4th December, 2014 The then honourable Minister of power Professor Chinedu Nebo also attested to this during a world press conference. ldris Danlami Mohammed is among the top 4 most influential Nigerians who have contributed to the development of Africa’s power sector. He ranks with Tony Elumelu, Professor Chinedu Nebo and others. He is also among the top 60 most influential personalities in Africa’s power sector.
ldris Mohammed was a public speaker at the Powering Africa summit in Washington DC for the 201 5 in January, 201 5. Power and Infrastructure summit Beijing China October, 201 5 and a guest speaker at this summit organized by Energy net of UK.
ldris Mohammad/CEO led this initiative and brought in investors to Nigeria. some of them are in completion stage of agreement to enable site mobilization.

Engaged by the Nigerian Embassy to identify and present to the embassy first class dedicated American Investors in infrastructure to participate in the ongoing infrastructure rehabilitation by the government of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Kaduna State Government has approved the construction of a one hundred mega watts power plant and solar panel manufacturing plant to one of our group-Jiddere International Consultancy limited in Igabi local government.

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