Our policies targeted at success of Nigeria, says Tinubu


President Bola Tinubu expressed his belief that the current policies implemented by the administration are aimed at fostering a prosperous economy and ensuring national security. According to a statement by Dele Alake, the President’s Special Adviser for Special Duties, Communication, and Strategy, President Tinubu remains optimistic about the country’s trajectory despite the existing challenges.

While receiving the visiting Bank of America officials, the President added that the country has no reason to fail the rest of the African continent.

He said that the government was committed to instituting reforms that would engender the sustainable growth and development of the country.

“We believe we are on the right track so far. We believe we need all the help we can get,” the President said.

Mr Tinubu urges the bank’s management to support and partner with the government in order to advance mutual benefits for Nigeria and the financial institution.

He said that governance and development challenges facing the country cannot be addressed without fiscal and institutional reforms.

“21st Century actions on climate change, finance and innovation are intertwined. Having a good platform and believing in innovation will help in undertaking reforms and tackling the issues.

President Bola Tinubu stressed the significance of Nigeria as the largest economy and democracy in Africa, stating that the country must take responsibility for its own success. He urged the Bank of America and other willing financial institutions to support Nigeria in promoting its gas sector as a competitive source of alternative revenue in the global market. Bernard Mensah, the leader of the Bank of America delegation, commended the new administration for its initial steps, which he believed would restore Nigeria’s rightful place on the global stage. He assured the President that the bank would not only provide financial assistance but also contribute ideas to address the country’s immediate and long-term challenges. The delegation included Yvonne Fasinro, Head of Sub-Saharan Africa, and Chuba Ezenwa, Head of Investment Banking Sub-Saharan Africa.

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