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OPINION | 60 years after independence, Nigeria's energy industry hasn't realised its promise

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Lagos, Nigeria.
Lagos, Nigeria.

During the newly independent nation's earliest days, there was every reason for Nigerians to envision a bright future for themselves and their country, one in which Nigeria's vast oil and gas reserves would deliver widespread prosperity. One of stability and growth. 

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