By Kelvin ALohan
Recently, the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) in collaboration with African Initiative for Transparency, Accountability and Responsible Leadership (AfriTAL) organised a one day Policy Dialogue aimed at interrogating the Nigerian Decade of Gas plans implementation.
The event aimed to amplify advocacy for meaningful implementation to begin on the Nigerian Gas expansion plans. The advocacy became critical as three years into the pronouncement of the decade of gas policy, no meaningful progress has been reported.
The event was attended by multi stakeholders including relevant government agencies, companies, CSOs, accountability actors and the members of the press.
Extractive360 captured the event in pictures.
Program Director, MITEI, Juliet Ukanwosu, speaking during a panel session at the Dialogue
L-R: Tengi George-Ikoli, NRGI, Gbemi Akinsipe, Energy Transition Office, Juliet Ukanwosu, MITEI, Nuhu Habib, NUPRC and Dr. Louis Ogbeifun, AfriTAL during joint panel sessions on Nigeria’s Decade of Gas plan: Where are we now?, and Implementing sustainable gas plans for Nigeria
Executive Secretary of NEITI, Dr. Orji Ogbonnaya Orji, presenting a copy of NEITI’s Policy Advisory to Ms. Akinsipe of the ETO
R-L: Dr. Orji and others at the Service Table during the Dialogue
Ms. Ikoli and Dr. Orji in a warm handshake, while Dr Ogbeifun looks on
Dr Orji and Dr Ogbeifun engaged in a conversation
Smiles as Dr Orji and Dr Ogbeifun chit-chat
Ms. Edidiong of the Department of Climate Change, Ministry of Petroleum Resources making a remark
Ms. Akinsipe of the ETO in a goodwill message
Mr. Fagbuyi Olamide of the National Council on Climate Change giving a remark
Dr Orji making reference to NEITI’s Policy Advisory during his remarks
Cross section of participants at the Dialogue
Group photo of participants at the event