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Diesel engines from vessels employed for shipping operations produces carbon dioxide (Co2) emissions forming clouds in the atmosphere. As particulates accumulates and collides in the cloud, static electricity is formed. When the positive and negative charges meet, the resulting great spark is what is termed lightning. Lightning related fatalities and damages persists within the Nigerian coastal lines. The focus of this paper is to investigate why in Nigeria, shipping routes measuring aboutdoi:10.17148/ijireeice.2022.10220 fatcat:olacvu25kfbkjggq44iqamorfa