The recent insecurity challenges has seen the present administration come under criticism from both citizens at home and diaspora calling for a change in governance since the administration has not being able to tackle the thorn in its flesh, in insecurity.
Mr Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), said Wednesday that the Federal Government was working hard to overcome the country’s present security issues in order to encourage investment.
Mustapha made the guarantee during the 2021 national workshop of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS). The workshop’s subject was “Leveraging the Financial Market to Achieve Double Digit Economic Growth in Nigeria.” He promised Nigerians that the government would continue to work to overcome the country’s present security issues in order to increase investment possibilities.
Mustapha, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Economic and Political Affairs Office, Mr Andrew Adejo, the government was fully aware of the plight of citizens and would remain focused in delivering on its mandate of securing lives and property. He said:“It is, therefore, imperative that economic growth in a modern society hinges on an efficient and effective financial sector that pulls domestic savings, encourages foreign direct investment to formalize capital for productive projects in support of the nation’s development agenda.”
This is coming after the president has promised not to end is term tagged a failure and promises to take necessary steps to which the citizens are tired of having to hear over and over again.