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Nigeria's Extractive Industry SearchLight

I just got done with a thorough schooling on how our extractive industry works, thanks to #NEITI, and the #NRGI, #BUDGIT, #FOSTER and #Omojuwa. The dynamics, impacts, the flaws, what needs to be done and especially why we must 'follow the money'' like my friend Hamzat represents.

Going live on this blog at exactly 10am tomorrow will be the details of what I learnt and why you should sit up so that together we can develop Nigeria by holding institutions accountable.

It starts by first understanding what the issues are. Why the Resources curse exist and how we can get out of it?

...and yes, I even have a certificate to show!

#neitismw2016 #socialmediainfluencer


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