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SGF seeks support of Nigerians for economic recovery

SGF seeks support of Nigerians for economic recovery
SGF seeks support of Nigerians for economic recovery (Photo: Nigerianeye)

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), George Akume has solicited the support and understanding of all and sundry to get the nation’s economy out of the doldrums.

Akume, represented by Dr Dapo Oyedemi, Senior Special Adviser to the SGF, made the call at the Nigerian Institute of Management Chartered (NIM) 2023 Annual National Management Conference on Monday in Lagos.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the event had as its theme: “Managing Nigeria’s Path to Sustainable Economic Growth and Prosperity: The Challenges before the New National Leadership.”

The SGF noted that the theme was apt and relevant towards charting a new course and national rebirth for the country in line with the eight-point agenda of the federal government.

He recalled that President Bola Tinubu unveiled an eight-point agenda to turn around the economy and make life comfortable for all Nigerians, including food security; ending poverty; economic growth and job creation; access to capital; improving security; improving the playing field on which people and particularly companies operate; rule of law; and fighting corruption.

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