African Natural Resources Exploitation and the Challenges of Sustainable Environment

  • Hamza Alhaji Sulaiman Department of Curriculum and Instructions, School of General Education Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto

Abstract

Africa has enormous natural resources, which the West and are tapping, yet the continent remains underdeveloped, with wars, poverty and slow development. African countries lack of transparency in governance and in resource development and revenue generation. To bring about the needed development, there ought be reforms to enable the governments fight both exploitation and corruption in the sector. There also the to ensure the employment of the most recent methods and technologies in the exploitation of the various mineral resources.

Author Biography

Hamza Alhaji Sulaiman , Department of Curriculum and Instructions, School of General Education Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto

 

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Published
2017-06-30