By Dipo Olowookere The Ogun State government says it will soon commission the newly upgraded 10 megawatt mini power plant at Onijoganjogan in Ewekoro Local Government area of the state aimed to serve government establishments, including quarters, hospitals, model schools, secretariat and street lights in the state. When finally launched, the project will put an end to the incessant power outage experienced at the state secretariat and other government establishments in the state. The plant, initially built as 3 megawatt, was first upgraded to seven before being upgraded again to 10 megawatt. Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure in the state, Mr Olamilekan Adegbite, explained that the state government was not replacing Ibadan Electric Company (IBDEC), but only engaging in \u201ccaptive generation.\u201d \u201cWe are not replacing IBDEC, there is room for captive generation. We are generating for ourselves in a more sustainable manner and that is what we are doing,\u201d he said. Mr Adegbite assured that similar power plant would also be established at other major cities in the state, noting that the project is a Public Private Partnership with a legislation to back up its sustainability.