Nigeria Mining Week
In recent years, ESG has become essential to respond to the Nigerian government’s minimum standards and investor pressure.
The public and private sectors in Nigeria are inextricably linked by unsecured gains within artisanal and small-scale miners.
SMDF to act as a catalyst to spur development of Nigeria’s mining sector by undertaking targeted sustainable, profit-oriented investments.
Nigeria's Ministry of Mines and Steel Development has committed to its roadmap and met milestones to improve the ease of doing business in the country.
“The government has done so much in the last four years to create an investor-friendly environment." - ARC. Olamilekan Adegbite
The Nigerian government is committed to the rapid development of the country’s mining sector in the post COVID-19 pandemic environment.
The programme offers an extensive range of sessions that showcases how the various sectors are gearing up for a veritable explosion of the mining industry.
“With a well outlined growth strategy in place and in play, we are still poised for good short to mid-term growth."
"We understand that there could be as many as 20-million artisanal gold miners in Nigeria and that is incredibly exciting," says Minelab MEA GM, Mark Wellington.