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Economy: President Bola Ahmed Tinubu Begs Nigerians To Be Patient



President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has reassured Nigerians that the nation’s economy will soon bounce back, adding that his administration is fully aware of the difficulties and pains being faced as a result of its ongoing reforms.....PROCEED.FULL.READING>>>

While declaring open the 1st Niger State green economy at the Justice Idris Legbo, Kutigi International Conference Centre, Minna on Tuesday, President Tinubu who was represented by the Minister of State Agriculture and Food Security, Dr Aliyu Sabi stated his administration is aware of various sacrifices people are making occasioned by ongoing reforms designed at revive the comatose economy.

He explained that the new Federal government solid mineral policy approved by the Federal Executive Council is committed to enthroning the Green economy and ready to align with the Niger state Government so as to preserve the ecosystem of the nation for the sustainability of the environment.

He however asked for prayers and understanding, adding that “I believe in a short while our economy will re-bounce back”.

In his remarks, Niger State Governor Muhammed Umaru Bago said the summit is proof of the State’s collective resolve to confront and tackle the pressing challenges posed by climate change and environmental degradation.

He explained that the State government is committed to utilizing the boundless opportunities inherent in green technologies and sustainable development.

Accordingly, he said, “The state is blessed with diverse natural resources encompassing a large landmass of 76.36.3 square kilometres most of which is fertile agricultural land. and we have forests, water bodies, and abundant mineral deposits like lithium, gold and gas reserves.

“These assets are not just green assets, they are the essence of our heritage and source of our livelihood and are under threat vulnerable to the relentless onslaught of climate change and we must stand resolute and act now”.

In a goodwill message, the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed called on the Federal and sub-national governments to embrace alternative energy sources to boost power supply in the country.

She revealed that over 36% of Nigerians have no access to electricity supply, adding that the era of fossil fuel is coming to an end……CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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