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Nigeria's electronic waste is a public health problem and needs urgent attention

By Okunola Alabi, Lecturer, Federal University of Technology, Akure
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A new World Health Organisation report warns that pregnant women’s exposure to electronic waste raises the risk of stillbirth and premature births. Environmental contamination researcher Okunola Alabi spoke to The Conversation Africa’s Wale Fatade about the problem of electronic waste in Nigeria.

How serious is the exposure of women and children to electronic waste in Nigeria?

Human exposure to electronic waste is on the

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