New Twist as Tinubu Unveils Nigeria's "New Name" to Woo Investors, Video Emerges

New Twist as Tinubu Unveils Nigeria's "New Name" to Woo Investors, Video Emerges

  • President Bola Tinubu has again expressed confidence in his economic policies to transform the country for the better
  • The president said he believes that the first name of Nigeria is Spirit and that the last name of the country is Can Do
  • Tinubu recalled revealing the new name to investors at the UK stock exchange, emphasizing that his intention was to encourage them to contribute to diversifying the economy

Aso-Rock, Abuja - President Bola Tinubu has reiterated his confidence in Nigeria's economic recovery, expressing optimism that the nation will soon bounce back from its current financial challenges.

In a TikTok video, Tinubu reminisced about how he persuaded investors to invest in Nigeria with self-belief and determination, stating, "Our first name is Spirit, and our last name is Can Do."

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President Bola Tinubu speaks on Nigeria's new name to woo investors
Bola Tinubu reveals new name of Nigeria Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Source: Twitter

What is the new name of Nigeria?

The president in the video said Nigeria can drive the economy from within, adding that he told investors at the UK stock exchange to consider Nigeria a prime destination for their investment.

President Tinubu said:

“At the end of my remarks, I told them we only want them to show their face and diversify Nigeria’s economy, not as if we cannot do it ourselves."

How Tinubu's economic policy affects Nigerians

Tinubu's video went viral amid the rising cost of living in the country following the removal of the fuel subsidy and the floating of the currency at the inception of his administration.

Some concerned Nigerians, including the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), have criticised Tinubu for running an economy that would favour the international community, rather than thinking about the people.

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However, Tinubu and members of his cabinet have consistently urged Nigerians to contribute towards the economic transformation of the new administration, assuring them that the current situation is not permanent and will eventually improve.

Below is the video:

Atiku knocks Tinubu over Lagos-Calabar highway project

Legit.ng earlier reported that the PDP flagbearer in the 2023 presidential election, Atiku Abubakar, knocked Tinubu on the award of the Lagos-Calabar highway project.

In a statement on Tuesday, April 2, Atiku challenged the presidency to reveal the project's cost to Nigerians and explain why N1.06tn was released for the 6% pilot phase.

The former vice president asked seven questions about the project and urged the presidency to respond without insult.

Source: Legit.ng

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