Publish What You Pay Nigeria is one of strongest national coalitions among the 39 member countries and 680 members.
Publish What You Pay Nigeria was launched in 2004, the coalition builds the capacity of the civil societies organisations on the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), supports public debate on the reform in the extractive sector and other governance report in the sector.
We believe that increasing transparency in the extractive sector will enable citizens to hold governments and companies to account for the ways in which natural resources are managed.
Nigeria has made steady progress with the implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) since inception in 2004. NEITI (Nigeria extractive Transparency Initiative) through…
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This is so that transparency and accountability are part of the natural resource management process from the start.