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Paul Ogwu
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SOCIO-ECONOMIC EXPENDITURE OF EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES REVENUE AS EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR CITIZENS INVOLVEMENT IN THE EXTRACTIVE SECTOR ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESS: THE CASE OF NIGERIA

The use of EITI audit on social expenditure and its impact on the citizenry is exemplary as it is one of the genuine ways of measuring the effectiveness of natural resource management. The objective of EITI is to assist member countries in reversing the regime of secrecy and opacity through the periodic audit of the extractive sector and widespread dissemination of the findings of the audit reports, which contains the payments made by extractive companies to the government in form of taxes,…See More
Nov 1
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Oct 15
Paul Ogwu favorited Kazeem's blog post Civil Society and Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Nigeria
Oct 10
Steven Peterson favorited Paul Ogwu's blog post FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA
Oct 8
Paul Ogwu favorited Miles Litvinoff's blog post New PWYP UK study explores UK EITI and mandatory payments data variances
Sep 28
Paul Ogwu and Bernd Schulte are now friends
Sep 17
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FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA

http://pwypnigeria.org/formalizing-artisanal-and-small-scale-mining-in-nigeria/FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIAThe exploration of minerals in Nigeria by the artisanal method has occurred for over 2400 years from mining basic clays to base metals and gold. There have been popular culture in Nigeria that have mining symbols as symbols of their existence like the Nok culture, Ife,…See More
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Paul Ogwu posted a blog post

FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA

http://pwypnigeria.org/formalizing-artisanal-and-small-scale-mining-in-nigeria/FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIAThe exploration of minerals in Nigeria by the artisanal method has occurred for over 2400 years from mining basic clays to base metals and gold. There have been popular culture in Nigeria that have mining symbols as symbols of their existence like the Nok culture, Ife,…See More
Sep 8
Paul Ogwu favorited Jaqueline Terrel's blog post Why the EITI does not stop at recommending contract transparency
Aug 7
Paul Ogwu favorited Robert Pitman's blog post Opening Up Extractives Contracting to Deter Corruption: What We’ve Learned
Jul 29
Paul Ogwu favorited Robert Pitman's blog post Opening Up Extractives Contracting to Deter Corruption: What We’ve Learned
Jul 29
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Monitoring of Contracts

The goal of this project is therefore to develop country pilots to build capacity for improved monitoring of extractive industries contract award and implementation. Join this group to receive updates from the meeting and to share your experience.
Dec 22, 2017
Paul Ogwu favorited Environmental Governance COP's group Environmental Governance and Conflict Prevention Community of Practice
Dec 22, 2017
Miles Litvinoff favorited Paul Ogwu's blog post Paradise Papers, Offshore Leaks, and the Bleeding Financial World
Dec 13, 2017
Paul Ogwu posted a blog post

Paradise Papers, Offshore Leaks, and the Bleeding Financial World

http://publishwhatyoupay.com.ng/paradise-papers-offshore-leaks-and-the-bleeding-financial-world/The leaks in the Snowden revelations, Panama and Paradise papers shows clearly a global corruption network. This gives rise to global poverty and inequality while the privileged few particularly the elite loot and hide their assets.From the leaks, it becomes clear, keeping legal loopholes…See More
Dec 11, 2017

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Publish What You Pay
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Job Title
Program Officer
About My Work
I work as the Program Officer Publish What You Pay Nigeria
Areas of interest
oil and natural gas, csr, governance and anti-corruption, environment, social accountability, contract and licensing, monitoring revenue collection, redistribution and sustainable development
Intererested in job/consulting opportunities
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Paul Ogwu's Blog

SOCIO-ECONOMIC EXPENDITURE OF EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES REVENUE AS EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR CITIZENS INVOLVEMENT IN THE EXTRACTIVE SECTOR ACCOUNTABILITY PROCESS: THE CASE OF NIGERIA

Posted on November 1, 2018 at 12:36 0 Comments

The use of EITI audit on social expenditure and its impact on the citizenry is exemplary as it is one of the genuine ways of measuring the effectiveness of natural resource management. The objective of EITI is to assist member countries in reversing the regime of secrecy and opacity through the periodic audit of the extractive sector and widespread dissemination of the findings of the audit reports, which contains the payments made by extractive companies to the government in form of taxes,…

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FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA

Posted on September 8, 2018 at 4:29 0 Comments

http://pwypnigeria.org/formalizing-artisanal-and-small-scale-mining-in-nigeria/

FORMALIZING ARTISANAL AND SMALL SCALE MINING IN NIGERIA

The exploration of minerals in Nigeria by the artisanal method has occurred for over 2400 years from mining basic clays to base metals and gold. There have been popular culture in Nigeria that have…

Continue

Paradise Papers, Offshore Leaks, and the Bleeding Financial World

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 7:52 0 Comments

http://publishwhatyoupay.com.ng/paradise-papers-offshore-leaks-and-the-bleeding-financial-world/

The leaks in the Snowden revelations, Panama and Paradise papers shows clearly a global corruption network. This gives rise to global poverty and inequality while the privileged few particularly the elite loot and hide their assets.

From the leaks, it becomes clear, keeping…

Continue

Open Data: Central To Transparency And Accountability In Extractive

Posted on October 4, 2017 at 16:04 0 Comments

http://publishwhatyoupay.com.ng/2017/10/01/open-data-central-to-transparency-and-accountability-in-extractive/

Open Data: Central To Transparency And Accountability In Extractive Open data policy is the governance instrument on making data publicly available, accessible, and usable in a simplified format. It is a growing advocacy tool for…

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