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Government of Nigeria

Climate warning

Nigeria's Sahara Gas Pipeline: A Recipe for Financial and Environmental Disaster

⚠ Attention Nigerian Government, a course correction is urgently needed! The Sahara gas pipeline project is hurtling towards financial and environmental disaster, dragging millions of your citizens' tax Naira along for the ride.
This pipeline is a ticking time bomb its construction is riddled with economic and security risks. Billions are being squandered on a project destined to become a white elephant while your people grapple with poverty and a changing climate.
Haven't the warnings been loud and clear enough? The world is transitioning away from fossil fuels, and this project is teetering on the brink of financial oblivion. Consider the human cost: the environmental damage, the potential for conflict, and the millions left behind as this project siphons resources away from pressing needs.
Instead of clinging to a failing venture, act with foresight. Invest in renewable energy sources, safeguard your people's futures, and embrace the inevitable shift towards a sustainable climate. The future demands bold leadership, not a blind dash towards environmental and economic ruin. Heed this warning before it's too late.

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  • Esther Wanjiku

    6 w

    The fact that this went through all the channels of approval is very worrying.

    • George Kariuki

      7 w

      Nigeria must heed the calls for a course correction, abandon the Sahara gas pipeline project, and prioritize the well-being of its citizens and the planet.

      • johnte ndeto

        7 w

        It is worrying that Sahara gas pipeline is still a matter Nigerian government has not dealt with

        • Elizabeth Gathigia

          7 w

          Very worrying news, have they considered the damage that will be caused might be irreversible? They have turned a blind eye and chose profit over wellbeing of the people. Nigeria government must stop this before things gets worse

          • Chris Ndungu

            7 w

            This is preposterous! This project construction will jeopardize the lives of many.

            • We Don't Have Time

              7 w

              Dear Munene Mugambi Your climate warning has received over 50 agrees! We have reached out to Government of Nigeria by email and requested a response. I will keep you updated on any progress! To reach more people and increase the chance of a response, click the Share button above to share the review on your social accounts. For every new member that joins We Don't Have Time from your network, we will plant a tree and attribute it to you! /Adam, We Don't Have Time

              • Ms Konner

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                • walter lungayi

                  7 w

                  The Sahara Gas Pipeline in Nigeria presents significant financial and environmental risks. The project's construction and operation could have detrimental effects on the local ecosystem and communities, while also posing potential financial burdens for the country.

                  • Joseph Githinji

                    7 w

                    This is absurd, especially how the government of Nigeria turns a deaf ear to the clarion call from climate defenders. Sahara gas pipeline is a investment that will destroy the biodiversity in Nigeria and beyond and must be stopped.

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