The Private Sector Are Involved In The Revival Of The Economy-Osinbajo

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The Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has announced that the private sector should see themselves as partners with the government in its fight to revive the economy of Nigeria.

 This was according to a transcript released by his media office on Sunday, the Vice president actually made this known while ringing the closing bell at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in Lagos on Friday.

 Osinbajo stated that if the government and the private sector could work hand in hand, the problem the nation is facing would be solved.

 He said “This is the time of great challenges. And always, everywhere in the world, the stock exchange very quickly recognizes where there is an economic challenge because you see it, all the indicators show very clearly that there are complications and there are problems.
 “So I want to see ourselves as partners working together to ensure that we are able to take our nation up from where we are at the moment to a great and permanent prosperity.”

 He added that “Essentially, we recognize that this is a partnership: Private sector and government. Government deals mainly as a regulator and partner in such a way and ensuring that the private sector does business and does it well and efficiently, because the private sector owns the economy. So for us, this is an important engagement and this is where we are , that is why I am here.”

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