Poor economy: We don’t have all the Solutions —Tinubu

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President Bola Tinubu, addressing ’s economic challenges, emphasized that while his administration doesn’t possess all the answers, earnest efforts are underway to rectify the situation.

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In a meeting with state governors and key figures from the private sector, including Aliko Dangote, Tony Elumelu, and others, a presidential advisory committee was formed to provide recommendations on stabilizing the economy.

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During the meeting, which included governors Charles Soludo and Dapo Abiodun, Tinubu underscored the importance of evaluating current strategies to revive the economy. He expressed the government’s commitment to exploring additional measures to assist the masses and instill confidence in economic recovery.

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Tinubu stated, “We’re not saying that we have all the answers. But we will not be blamed for not trying. We assure Nigerians that we will do our best to get our Marshall plan in place and fashion out the best economic future for this country.

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Governor Soludo affirmed the collaborative effort, highlighting the need for unity and determination among the 225 million Nigerians to overcome economic challenges. Governor Abiodun assured the public that all governors are working with the president to provide necessary interventions and alleviate the effects of the ongoing economic struggles.

Aliko Dangote, in his remarks, mentioned that the meeting delved into critical issues such as the economy, food security, and national security. He shared optimism about the economic presidential advisory committee’s potential to address these challenges and emphasized the nation’s capability to turn around its economic fortunes.

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Tony Elumelu left the meeting with enthusiasm, anticipating positive outcomes that would propel the economy, create employment, and alleviate poverty. The Director-General of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Segun Ajayi-Kadir, emphasized the private sector’s eagerness for a conducive business environment, expressing hope that the advisory committee would lead to tangible solutions.

As the advisory committee takes shape, stakeholders across sectors are optimistic about collaborative efforts yielding positive changes and addressing the nation’s economic concerns.

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