We don dey win our war against corruption – Buhari


President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday talk say hin administration don dey win the war against corruption.

Another thing wey hin talk be say na rule of law dey guide hin own administration.

According to wetin hin Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, the President talk for a meeting with Qatari business delegation led by the former Emir, Sheikh Hamad Al-Thani, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

While hin dey welcome the rise in foreign private investments for the country, Buhari was said to have attributed the feat to the success of his administration’s economic agenda.

The President described the Federal Government’s economic agenda as one designed to move the country from over-reliance on crude oil and food importation.

He talk say the policy, in the past two years turned Nigeria into one of the most attractive investment destinations in Africa.

Buhari said,

“My administration’s economic agenda has always been to move away from over-reliance on crude oil and food importation.

“Nigeria is a blessed country. We have fertile land. We have a young and energetic population and we have a very strong legal and regulatory system that protects capital and investments, both local and foreign.

“As you are aware, Nigeria just exited its worst recession in more than two decades.  We have more than doubled our foreign reserves.

“We are winning the war against corruption. We are developing our infrastructure and we are enforcing the rule of law.


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