INFOGRAPHICS: Nigeria’s Population Profile

INFOGRAPHICS: Nigeria’s Population Profile

By David Ndukwe

2 of every 100 persons in the world are Nigerians. 

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Can Public-Private Partnerships Preserve The Dwindling  Biodiversity of Lagos?

Can Public-Private Partnerships Preserve The Dwindling Biodiversity of Lagos?

By Kolawole Talabi

In Africa’s biggest city, a haven for biodiversity flourishes amidst pressures, reports Kolawole Talabi. In the absence of publicly owned protected areas in Lagos state, a private initiative of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation — the Lekki Conservation Centre — has stepped in to fill the gap. As pressures mount on the former federal capital’s biodiversity, there are calls to replicate this effective model.

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Infrastructures Cost of Nigeria’s N30.5 billion Gas Flaring Fines

Infrastructures Cost of Nigeria’s N30.5 billion Gas Flaring Fines

By Deji Adekunle

In Nigeria, Natural gas remains a resource which continues to generate discussions in economic, political and global spheres. This is because of its importance as a source of national income, electric power and allied products. On the other hand, its negative effects on the environment when dispersed or flared contribute to global warming and various health hazards. Read More

Infographics: Decade of Unimplemented Recommendations in the Nigerian Oil Sector

Infographics: Decade of Unimplemented Recommendations in the Nigerian Oil Sector

By Joshua Olufemi and David Ndukwe

Various committees have been instituted to look into the corruption practices that plague the Nigerian Oil and Gas sector.   Read More

Power Supply in Recent Decline

Power Supply in Recent Decline

By Deji Adekunle

In light of the recent increase in electricity blackouts around the nation, it has been made known by the Daily operational Reports of the TCN that many of the nations power plants are currently affected by gas shortage, water management and transmission problems. Read More

Cost of Lost $9 Billion Oil Money: 205,000 Schools or 144,000 PHCs.

Cost of Lost $9 Billion Oil Money: 205,000 Schools or 144,000 PHCs.

By David Ndukwe

According to 2013 Report recently released by Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), Nigeria lost at least $9 billion in 2013 to dodgy financial practices in the oil and gas sector. Read More