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The Nigeria LNG plant on Bonny Island in southern Nigeria’s Niger Delta.  
Photographer: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images 

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The funds for agriculture, climate and digital projects will help Africa’s largest oil producer, “achieve low carbon, resource efficient and climate resilient development, creating jobs for youth and economic growth,” Samuela Isopi, EU ambassador to Nigeria and the Economic Community of West African States, said at a conference in Lagos. 


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