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Atiku Unviels Plans To Rejig The Nigerian Economy


#RecoverNigeria: PDP Presidential Candidate Atiku, Vows To Create Enabling Environment, Incentives For Investment In Oil And Gas Sector.

The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming general elections, Atiku Abubakar today, showcased his dept of knowledge in resolving the numerous challenges affecting the country with strong response policies required to revive the Nigerian economy. Atiku made this submission in Lagos today, at an interactive session with the Business Dialogue Stakeholders Forum, held in Eko Hotels.

At the session were members of the PDP presidential campaign council,  corporate icons, business moguls and captains of industries, including: Jim Ovia, Aliko Dangote, Tony Elumelu, Oba Otudeko, Peter Okocha, Aig Imokhuede, Asue Ighodalo among others.

A statement signed Abdulraheed Shehu the special assistant broadcast media revealed that the former Vice-president in his opening remarks, enumerated his perspectives on the Nigerian economy, by making references to the GDP third quarter report and the recent publication on the nation's poverty index, noting how fragile the Nigerian economy has become, as we are currently facing acute fiscal challenges.

The Wazirin of Adamawa during the question and answer session took time to explain his views  on a wide range of issues, ranging from insecurity, monetary policy, power, manufacturing, unemployment and Agriculture.

In the Oil and Gas sector, the PDP presidential flag bearer observed that the current regime did not have the necessary policy framework that will enhance performance in that sector, which should have improved revenue for the country. 

Atiku further promised to ensure an investment friendly policy, with a strong legislative framework that will provide security with reasonable incentives that will attract much needed investments from the IOCs if elected president in 2023.

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