Osinbanjo promise FG’s support to uplifting citizens’ welfare
The Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo has informed the people of the government’s readiness to uplift the standard of living in the country. Information Guide Nigeria
He made the comment yesterday, in Kaduna at the commissioning of the Kaduna Investment Summit 6.0 with the theme: “Towards a sustainable knowledge-based economy”.
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Osinbajo commended the efforts of the state government in promoting investments, saying that this had brought firm to Kaduna and the entire nation.
As reported by The Guardian, in his words, ” With the focus, we must be developing a knowledge-based economy which is now human capital and knowledge-driven and can be productive assets”. jamb results
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