Forex: Tinubu Speaks On Category of Nigerians to Be Exported, Gives Reason

Forex: Tinubu Speaks On Category of Nigerians to Be Exported, Gives Reason

  • The federal government, under the watch of President Bola Tinubu, has said skilled Nigerians, particularly welders and technicians, can be exported
  • According to the federal government, when skills are well coordinated, they can be exported to African nations, and the country will earn forex
  • The minister of state for steel development, Uba Maigari Ahmadu, disclosed this plan while hosting the leadership of the welding federation committee

FCT, Abuja - President Bola Tinubu-led federal government has said it hopes to begin the export of skilled workers, especially welders and technicians, to other African countries and the world in general.

It said that when skills acquisition is well coordinated, it can be exported, and the nation earns forex, The Nation reported.

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President Bola Tinubu led federal government has disclosed that skill Nigerians would soon be exported to other African countries and the country would earn forex from it
FG to export skilled Nigerians to earn forex Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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Minister of state for steel development, Uba Maigari Ahmadu, made this known in Abuja while playing host to the management of the welding federation committee.

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He said the government is doing a lot in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda, and Nigerians can Hope to start seeing results in a year or two.

The minister said:

“When we coordinate skills acquisition very well in the country, we can export skilled not only welders but also skilled technicians to Africa and the World, earn forex and bring it back home.
“We are doing a lot and in line with President Tinubu’s renewed hope agenda, by the time we aggregate all these together, I am sure Nigerians would begin to see results in a year or two.”

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Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Welding Federation, Ayo Adeniyi, said jobs would not always exist in Nigeria, so Nigerians must learn to integrate.

He said that when the country integrates, there is a webway, a multiple-dimensional way, where it starts up different areas of specialisation.

Delta Killings: "What Tinubu told me" - Oborevwori

Legit.ng earlier reported that Governor Sheriff Oborevwori of Delta state said President Bola Tinubu and the service chiefs had assured him of restoring peace in the Okuama community.

The governor made the comment while giving an update on the killings of 16 soldiers, including four senior officers in the community, on Thursday, March 14.

Governor Oborevwori disclosed that he had held an emergency security meeting with the service chiefs in the Bomadi local government area of the state.

Source: Legit.ng

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