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Low-carbon Future: Minister, others advocate development of critical minerals in Nigeria

Solid Minerals used to illustrate the story. [PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspaper]

Solid Minerals used to illustrate the story. [PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspaper]

Also speaking, Mr Al-Makura said unless Nigeria unbundles the sector, encourage private sector participation, “we may not get the best out of our endowment in the solid minerals.”

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