The Nigerian government is determined to reform its most important revenue sector, the oil industry, which has long been known for mismanagement, corruption, and opaque business practices. The new management of the Nigeria National Petroleum Company (NNPC) is increasingly looking to technology to help change the institutional culture.
Just last month, NNPC revealed it was deploying drones to Nigeria’s oil-producing regions to help tackle oil theft which typically costs Africa’s largest economy billions of dollars annually.
Now the NNPC’s new boss Ibe Kachikwu, has launched a series of podcasts which are sent to all 13,000 members of staff.
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