Tinubu To Present Action Plan To Private Sector

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu, will present his Action Plan to the leaders of the organized private sector in Lagos on Tuesday (Nov 1).

Tinubu To Present Action Plan To Private Sector
Bola Tinubu

It was disclosed in a statement by Mr. Bayo Onanuga, the Director, Media, and Publicity, of the APC Presidential Campaign Council.

According to him, Tinubu will meet with business leaders and captains of industry at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos, where he will present his action plan.

Onanuga said the meeting would afford the economic players and thought leaders in the private sector an opportunity to interact with Tinubu and interrogate his action plan for Nigeria.

He recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari on Oct. 21 unveiled the Tinubu-Shettima policy document christened “Action Plan for a Better Nigeria“.

He said the document had enjoyed positive reviews across various segments of the economy since it was launched.

“The town hall session is convened to allow Tinubu to share his vision for a better Nigeria with various actors in the economy and allow for critical examination of the policy options contained in the Action Plan.

The Secretary of the APC presidential campaign council, Hon. James Faleke said, “Asiwaju Tinubu has a very rich private sector background and experience. He has an abiding faith in private enterprise and its fundamental role in national development and economic growth.

“The private sector needs power, predictability, and consistency in policy to drive investment and boost national productivity.”

Faleke added that the dialogue would enable business leaders to also share their insights and concerns with Tinubu.

He expressed optimism that the town hall would be a great avenue to sell Tinubu’s vision for Nigeria.

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