Tinubu Sets Up Tripartite Economic Advisory Committee for Nigeria’s Revival

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has taken a decisive step towards economic rejuvenation by establishing a Tripartite Economic Presidential Advisory Committee. The committee, aimed at tackling economic challenges, enhancing food security, and bolstering national security, marks a pivotal move in addressing Nigeria’s pressing issues.

During a high-level gathering at the State House in Abuja, President Tinubu engaged Heads of Industries, Top Business Owners, and members of the Nigerian Governor’s Forum. He underscored the imperative for collaborative efforts between the government and business leaders to enact substantial changes vital to Nigeria’s economic landscape.

In his address, President Tinubu stressed the paramount importance of prioritizing the populace’s welfare and urged a collective introspection to identify and rectify policies impeding economic recovery.

“We must assess our strategies objectively, acknowledging both strengths and weaknesses, to breathe life back into our economy,” stated President Tinubu. He reassured Nigerians of impending economic revitalization, affirming the government’s unwavering commitment to addressing multifaceted challenges.

The President highlighted the Marshall Plan initiatives as integral to his administration’s economic blueprint, emphasizing the ongoing endeavor to secure Nigeria’s prosperous future.

Key stakeholders echoed their optimism following the meeting. Aliko Dangote, Chairman of the Dangote Foundation, expressed confidence in the newly established advisory committee’s capacity to catalyze transformative change across various sectors, including job creation and food security.

Similarly, Abdulsamad Robiu, Chairman of BUA Cement, emphasized candid discussions addressing critical issues such as the fluctuating exchange rate, signaling a concerted effort towards pragmatic solutions.

The meeting also garnered support from Tony Elumelu, Chairman of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, who lauded the collaborative efforts as a catalyst for economic advancement, poverty alleviation, and job creation.

Segun Ajayi-Kadir, Director-General of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, highlighted the private sector’s anticipation of tangible outcomes from the deliberations, heralding a more favorable business environment.

Comprising distinguished individuals from various sectors, the committee is poised to play a pivotal role in charting Nigeria’s economic trajectory towards sustainable growth and prosperity.

Quest: Cris-Edesiri Odjomah

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