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The Act also states that the area covered by [a] smallscale mining [ASM] lease shall not be less than 5 acres and shall not exceed 3 square kilometers (Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act, 2007; p. 34). Mining leases in Nigeria are usually valid for 25 years and renewable for a maximum of 20 years.
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of current mining activities in Nigeria is via artisanal and small scale mining. Furthermore, the sales channel is largely unofficial, and embedded with smuggling and distribution cartels leading to Loss of revenue from taxes Loss of revenue from royalties Exposure of miners to uncontrolled risks Uncontrolled and nonsystematic
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In Nigeria, pegmatite deposits of coltan are frequently also the source of several precious and semiprecious stones such as beryl, aquamarine, and tourmaline. These pegmatites are found in Nassarawa State near the Jos Plateau, as well as in several areas in southeast Nigeria. There is smallscale mining of these minerals.
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According to him, the Artisanal and SmallScale Mining (ASM) sector is globally recognised as a major contributor in terms of mineral production, employment, poverty alleviation, rural development
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Solid Minerals Era of criminalizing illegal miners over FG Developing the Artisanal and SmallScale Mining Economy. Some may argue that we should only focus on making Nigeria a
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2.5 Small Scale Mining Lease (Section 49 of Nigeria Minerals and Mining Act, 2007 and the Nigerian Minerals and Mining Regulations, 2011. The Mining Cadastre Office, on receipt of a valid application, shall grant and issue a Small Scale Mining Lease (SSML) within 45 days.
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Mar 17, 20100183;32;The Nigerian Minerals and Mining Act 2007 (quot;the Actquot;) was passed into law on March 16, 2007 to repeal the Minerals and Mining Act, No. 34 of 1999 for the purposes of regulating the exploration and exploitation of solid materials in Nigeria.
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The Federal Government has reiterated its support for the small scale and artisanal miners in the country with the flagoff of the Presidential Artisanal Gold Mining Development Initiative (PAGMI) in Yauri Local Government Area of Kebbi State on Saturday February 22, 2020.
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The deposits are mainly alluvial and are currently being exploited on a small scale. Private investors are invited to stake concessions on these primary deposits. Bitumen The occurrence of bitumen deposits in Nigeria is indicated at about 42 billion tonnes; almost twice the amount of existing reserves of crude petroleum.