June 13, 2024
11 11 11 AM
PRESIDENT TINUBU APPROVES N25B FOR UPGRADE OF FACILITIES IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY   
5,000 KANO TRADERS FACE BUSINESS CLOSURE, TRADERS CRY FOUL, APPEAL TO to GOVERNOR FOR INTERVENTION
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SPEAKER RESHUFFLES HOUSE COMMITTEES         
SALLAH RAMS: KANO RESIDENTS DECRIES HIGH COST OF RAMS, OTHER ANIMALS USED FOR SALLAH SACRIFICE
WATER SCARCITY: KANO RESIDENTS GROAN AS WATER SCARCITY DEFIES SOLUTION
RAM SELLERS DECRY LOW PATRONAGE IN KWARA STATE
CUSTOMS HANDS OVER 3 SUSPECTED RAIL TRACKS VANDALS TO NSCDC
LAGOS STATE GOVERNOR EMERGES SOUTH WEST GOVERNORS FORUM CHAIRMAN
ALGON CALLS ON FG TO REVIEW FEDERAL ALLOCATION TO 774 LGs IN THE COUNTRY TO ENABLE THEM THE PROPOSED N62,000 MINIMUM WAGE 
SOUTH WEST GOVERNORS MEET IN LAGOS 

PRESIDENT TINUBU RETURNS TO ABUJA FROM QATAR WHERE HE SIGNS MULTIPLE BILATERAL AGREEMENTS

Share

PRESIDENT TINUBU RETURNS TO ABUJA FROM QATAR WHERE HE SIGNS MULTIPLE BILATERAL AGREEMENTS                                                               04-03-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                       The agreements signed were on co-operation in the field of education, regulation of employment of workers with the Government of Qatar, establishment of a joint business council between the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture, in addition to a co-operation on youth and sports.

The other agreements reached were co-operation on tourism and business events, and a memorandum of understanding combating illicit trade in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.

President Tinubu also attended the Nigeria-Qatar Business and Investment Forum in Doha, where he pledged to remove all bottlenecks standing in the way of profitable and legitimate enterprise.

The President assured international business community that Nigeria was ready for serious business, and urged them to expose government officials demanding a bribe or any form of inducement at any point in their business endeavours.

While assuring the international business community of direct access to the President’s office to aly their complaints, warned that his administration would deal decisively with any and all entrenched interests in the country, who would seek to undermine investor confidence in the Nigerian economy.

The President was received on arrival by relevant senior government officials.

0 0 votes
Article Rating

Leave a Reply

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Home
Our Channel
About Us
Contact Us
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x