NIGERIA BLUE ECONOMY STAKEHOLDERS CONFERENCE
One of the most fundamentally important questions to all discerning Nigerians should be – what can be done to ensure the quality of life for future generations will be better than the present?
SECURITY AT THE NIGERIA ATLANTIC COAST
Piracy is a major security concern in the Gulf of Guinea affecting the flow of commerce in an ecosystem bordering a number of countries in West Africa with the natural contagious domino effect on the wider international community. In the last decade, it had become an issue of global relevance. Brazenly, pirates in the Gulf of Guinea often part of heavily armed criminal enterprises, employ violent methods to steal oil cargo, hold ship crews in exchange for extortion and ransom.
RESEARCH, INVENTIONS, CONCEPTS, PRODUCTS, EXCHANGE
THE TECHNOLOGY EXCHANGE FORUM
“I will build a car for the great multitude “ – Henry Ford (1863-1947) proclaimed in 1908 on announcing the birth of his Model T that heralded the age of the automobile as a utility product for the masses rather than a preserve of the rich and powerful.
Nigeria River Basin Systems and the Nigeria Blue EconomyFebruary 1, 2021
A basic understanding of the history of the earth's formation might be essential for an appreciation of how we inherited a surface that is not flat no...
Why the Nigeria Blue Economy?
One of the most fundamentally important questions to all discerning Nigerians should be – what can be done to ensure the quality of life for future generations will be better than the present? Secondly, where would the Nigerian economy be if... there have been at least nine “Apapa” full capacity ports along the Nigeria Atlantic Coast?
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Due to the obvious lack of sustained development into the 21st century and the struggle with democratic development,… we have positioned our self at the cutting edge of advocating solutions.
The question as to whether the oil has been a curse on Nigeria has persisted and the answer often is subjective. However, what is not in dispute is that Nigeria has not leveraged the enormous income it has generated from crude oil…
The only hope for humanity and human development in a country like Nigeria to progress from its present stagnation is through the possible convergence of Oasis from different corners of the country.