In an effort to give succour to Nigerians, President Tinubu has promised to leave no stone unturned in making sure that that the nation’s economy recovers.
Tinubu is optimistic that economic recovery is possible and achievable.
President Bola Tinubu at his inaugural speech on May 29, at the Eagle Square in Abuja, promised to improve the economy, and he is already at it.
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In a bid to fix the economy and ensure that policies benefit the majority of Nigerians, President Tinubu met with the Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Professionals Forum at the Villa in Abuja.
Tinubu Meets With APC’s Professional Forum
The group of professionals was led by former Bauchi state governor, Mallam Isa Yuguda.
At the meeting, Tinubu assured Nigerians that the economy would come back to life. and benefit all Nigerians.
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“This economy must recover for the good and greatest number of Nigerians, and we are seriously committed to seeing through a change for the better,” Tinubu said.
He said his administration was working steadily to ensure measured growth and enhanced public enlightenment on policy outcomes.
According to him, efforts across sectors will be documented and periodically reviewed for performance verification and public presentation.
“So far, we have taken some little steps and pushed some aggressive positions,” he told the APC professionals, who had earlier pledged their support for the reforms.
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The leader of the delegation appreciated President Tinubu for his bold interventions on the economy.
Yuguda said that over two million professionals had registered in different fields since 2018.
According to him, these professionals are ready to provide structures for mobilisation and sensitisation on government policies.
“Foreign capital does not move into unsafe areas, so with your successful interventions so far, we hope to attract more investors,” Yuguda added.