Featured

No going back on economic reforms – Tinubu

President Bola Tinubu has said that he won’t be going back on the economic reforms his administration initiated.

Tinubu who spoke in Abuja on Thursday, February 22, when he hosted a delegation from the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) led by Florizelle Liser, its president and chief executive officer (CEO), stated that he has a good team in place to ensure the economic reforms yield positive results.

He said;

“I am happy that the council is interested in various segments of Nigeria’s economy. We are right in the middle of a challenging stage of our reforms. We have headwinds, no doubt, but we are not going back.

“We are challenged, and we believe we will overcome the challenges. I have a can-do attitude that must be translated into a must-do attitude.

“We have a good team, and we must remain focused to get the goal accomplished.”

Tinubu also said his administration would do more in the education sector because it is the best tool against poverty. He added;

“We are going to do more on security and investing in education, as we believe that education is the greatest weapon against poverty. We welcome partners like CCA, and we will strengthen our partnership to achieve our goals.”

Related posts

Odili: A quack can’t be my consultant – Malami counters fake police officer’s claim

theKorrespondent

Revealed: Suicide note of 29-year-old Nigerian who died in Istanbul, laid to rest

theKorrespondent

States run by Professors, retired military officers and professionals didn’t experience visible improvements – Obasanjo

theKorrespondent

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More