The Deep Decarbonization Pathways (DDP) network has just published a report, produced by the Centre for Climate Change and Development (CCCD) at Alex Ekwueme Federal University), on low-carbon development pathways for Nigeria to 2060. It analyses the conditions for achieving the country's goal of net-zero emissions, as well as the socio-economic impacts of this trajectory. 4 scenarios are presented, showing 4 possible development pathways for Nigeria's economy and its key sectors. The results of the comparison of these 4 scenarios show that Nigeria can achieve its net-zero emissions objective under the so-called "renewable energy" scenario, coupled with a transformation of the Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use sector, and integrated within a comprehensive sustainable development strategy based in particular on effective international cooperation. The need for such cooperation, with a focus on Africa-Europe relations, is also at the heart of the Ukȧmȧ project, which is releasing three studies on green industrialization initiatives in Nigeria, Kenya and Namibia. A Policy Brief and a synthesis paper come with these publications, all of which highlight the primary need for access to decarbonized energy to support these industrialization and development efforts and, to this end, to build a common Africa-Europe agenda enabling the two continents to implement truly transformative partnerships.