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Umar Sanda Santuraki

Volunteer, Writer – Minna, Nigeria

My name is Umar. I am an accounting graduate and I am currently a banker. In my country most people have to buy their own cars because there isn’t a reliable mass transit system. A lot of people make trips by road because trains are not readily available. Another issue we have is that our electricity is not adequate. A lot of people tend to use generators to power their offices, homes and businesses thereby contributing to greenhouse emissions. My future goal is to see how we can handle Nigerian and African climate change issues with advocacy in renewable energy and mass tree planting.

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