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NAEE blames Nigeria’s slow growth on misdirection of energy policy

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THE failure of Nigeria to deploy its huge oil and gas resources as sources of energy but treat it as sources of revenue is responsible for the stunted economic development of the country, the National Association of Energy Economics (NAEE) has said.

Speaking while paying the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, a courtesy visit in Abuja recently, the National President of NAEE, Prof. Wumi Illedare, said most oil-rich countries that avoided the resource curse succeeded in treating their oil and gas resource as sources of energy to drive their development initiatives..

 

 

 

 

 

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