Ibrahim Usman Jibril
Minister urges infrastructure boost through green bonds
The Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril, has stressed the need for government and capital market stakeholders to leverage opportunities in green bond programme, and boost infrastructural development.
Niger Delta leaders, stakeholders decry slow pace of Ogoni cleanup
Although the Minister of State for the Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril, told The Guardian that the project would commence this month, individuals, groups in Niger Delta and environmentalists have argued that Federal Government’s pronouncement on March 2, 2016 ....
Reps extend TSA probe, summon Jibril over bank deposits
The House of Representatives yesterday queried the deposits of $4.9 million and N1.5 billion by Minister of the Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril, with Stanbic-IBTC Bank Plc in defiance of the treasury single account (TSA) policy. An ad-hoc committee of the House headed by Abubakar Nuhu Damburam, probing the implementation of the TSA account, summoned the…
Stakeholders to brainstorm on reforms in oil, gas industry
Orderpaper Advocacy Initiative has disclosed plans to convene a colloquium on the Petroleum Host and Impacted Community Development Bill (PHICDB).The Programme Executive of the group, Mej John Obada, disclosed this in a statement.He said the meeting would discuss issues around ongoing legislative and policy ...
Jibril seeks support for low carbon, sustainable environment
To mitigate the effects of climate change, the Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Usman Jibril has stressed the need for, Nigerians
Nigeria, at talks in Bonn, urges rapid progress on climate action
The Federal Government has called on governments to make swift progress on taking forward climate action and finalising the rulebook of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
FG to source solar energy locally to aid Green Bond Initiative.
In a bid to boost renewal energy, the federal government may consider the option of sourcing solar energy locally to empower nine universities to enhance the Green Bond Initiative in the country.