Justice Nwafor is a freelance journalist in Lagos, Nigeria. His reports have been published on multiple platforms across Nigeria, UK and the US.
In this report, I analysed how the delay in implementing the gas commercialisation programme of Nigeria's Federal Government is devastating the environment. I also looked at what it means for the country's electricity sector.
This report analyzed how patches of disparate production disruptions in oil rich Niger Delta region cost Nigeria huge fortunes and estimated what the lost amount could have done for Nigerians.
This second of a two-part investigative report on how poor funding of affected Nigeria's response to COVID-19 focused on how primary healthcare system in Nigeria has been relegated to the background and its implications for the country's rural poor.
I wrote how Nigerians relied on fossil fuel generators for electricity during the COVID-19 induced lockdown and its impact on the environment.
This report investigates how years of inadequate funding of the healthcare system in Nigeria is affecting its response to COVID-19.
I examined how Nigeria's shaky national grid has forced millions who are working from home due to the coronavirus lockdown in the country to rely on fossil-powered electricity generators.