Forty per cent of Nigerian agricultural products ends up as waste. Fruit and vegetables at the famous Mile 12 market in Lagos are no exemption, despite the fact that Lagos’ gastronomy and people depend on this market for their daily supplies. Aniche Phil-Ebosie sees money in this waste, and is using the rotting veg to produce gas, which he turns into electricity for the market stalls. Watch Video
Efe, a professional barber from Lagos, has expanded his business by about 40 per cent after installing his own solar panels. He is even starting a second barbing saloon in another part of town. Find out how he was able to do it in this short video.