2030: Nigeria Risks Losing Out On $3trn Blue Economy Potentials

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High incidence of piracy, smuggling, human trafficking, drug peddling and high cost of doing business at the nation’s seaports, has made Nigeria’s maritime business a precarious entrepreneurial activity. Recall that Nigeria’s blue economy potentials include maritime transportation,  fisheries, alternative wind and coastal wave power sources (Renewable energy), tourism, climate change (carbon sink) and waste management. […]



Source: Leadership Newspaper