President-elect, Bola Tinubu has left Nigeria and travelled to Europe for business purposes. He is anticipated to return soon for final preparations before being sworn in as the nation’s 16th president on May 29.
To facilitate investment prospects in the nation, Tinubu is anticipated to interact with investors and other important allies.
Recall that Tinubu has travelled abroad twice since being named the nation’s new president on March 1.
With several of his closest aides, the president-elect is anticipated to utilise this trip to polish his transition strategies, programmes, and policy ideas.
Meetings with influential figures from the manufacturing, agricultural, technological, and energy sectors of the European business community have been scheduled.
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A statement from his cabinet said: “Reviving the country’s economy is a major part of Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope agenda and this trip is part of his efforts to restore Nigeria’s importance in the global economic chain and create empowering opportunities for the country’s huge youth population”.
He will shortly return, according to the statement, to make final preparations before being sworn in as the nation’s 16th president on May 29.
The president-elect met with Tajudeen Abbas and Benjamin Kalu, the APC’s nominees for president and vice president in the House of Representatives, before departing the nation.
The presidential petition court is being questioned about Tinubu’s victory.
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