Don’t Leave Nigeria, President Tinubu Begs Multi-international Companies

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President Bola Tinubu on Thursday told multinationals operating in Nigeria that his administration was determined to remove all bottlenecks to the smooth running of their businesses.

This was as he said no obstacle was too big to be removed to make Nigeria a haven for large-scale investments.

“We are very focused on resolving all investment-related issues. No bottleneck is too difficult for us to remove in our determined march toward making Nigeria the African haven for large-scale investment in all key sectors.

“We need each other,” the President told a visiting delegation of the management of Shell Group led by its Global Integrated Gas and Upstream Director, Ms. Zoe Yujnovich, at the State House, Abuja.

The President’s remarks followed the recent exodus of several multinational companies from the country in the past months.

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