Rebuilding Nigeria will hinge largely on the renewal of its social and economic infrastructure, Tony Elumelu, the chairman of United Bank for Africa, said Sunday. PREMIUM TIMES reports.informationguidenigeria
Among the key highlights of his speech was a perennial exodus of young, homegrown talents to the West on account of disillusionment with the state of the nation.JAMB Result
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“We see the plundering of our commonwealth through oil theft and pipeline destruction in broad daylight! We experience every day the impact of climate change. We see our loved ones kidnapped and killed,” said Mr Elumelu, who also chairs the directors’ board of the conglomerate Transcorp.
“Insecurity breeds disorder, feeds intolerance, and destroys opportunity. Our country has experienced division – unnecessary division and the squandering of heritage,” he added.
“When entrepreneurs succeed, we succeed as a nation. If they don’t, we all fail,” he affirmed.
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