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PRESIDENT TINUBU ATTENDS G20 SUMMIT IN NEW DELHI                   

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PRESIDENT TINUBU ATTENDS G20 SUMMIT IN NEW DELHI                                                1/9/23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                                President Bola Tinubu will next week leave for India to participate in the forthcoming G20 Summit in New Delhi on the 9th and 10th of this month.

Briefing State House correspondents on the proposed visit, the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Ajuri Ngelale, said the President would make a presentation at the Summit.

He said President Tinubu would try to woo in direct foreign investment, and mobilise private capital from around the world towards the development of Nigeria’s public infrastructure.
“We are focused on engagements that will be dealing with critical sectors of the national economy, involving steel development, electricity generation, transmission, and distribution, ship yard building capacity, and involving several other industries, which we know to be labour-intensive to ensure that we can create as many jobs for our teeming youth population as possibly”, he explained.

He said President Tinubu would host a roundtable with a cross-section of relevant world leaders and captains of Industry, and Chief Executive Officers of some of the world’s most valuable companies, particularly those of Indian origin, to leverage on their interest in investing in Nigeria to suit the industrialisation initiative of the Tinubu Administration.

“In addition to that CEO roundtable, there will be 5 meetings with the CEOs of 5 major industries in India, including Jindal Steel and Power company, amongst a few others that would have a very important impact on our ability to develop the steel sector in our country”, Mr. Ajuri stressed.

Mr. Ajuri said President Tinubu would also meet with the President of Brazil, the German Chancellor, the Indian Prime Minister, the South Korean President on the sidelines of the G20 Summit.

He said the President would thereafter meet with the Nigerian community in India.

He said Nigeria was aiming at taking maximum advantage of the opportunities that would manifest themselves, and direct them towards bringing in values, creating jobs, generating and expansion of existing revenues to fund her programmes and policies across sectors.

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