The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele has expressed the aspirations he has developed to ensure that when he leaves office, the Nigerian economy will be reformed as it was when he was a kid.
In a statement with the Arise TV on Tuesday, Godwin revealed his passion and plans ahead he would deploy for the reformation of the Nigerian economy.
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In his words, he said:
“If through our policies we can just return or move Nigeria close to what it was when I was growing up, then I can leave office look back and thank God that we left something for our children.”
“Nigeria is a great country, with resources enough to be self-sufficient and no need to rely heavily on oil to provide for the economy this is why we are focusing on diversifying the economy,”
“The project is designed to help achieve President Muhammdu Buhari push to create 10 million jobs in 10 year as 80 per cent of jobs created by funded projects under the policy must be for Nigerians while 50 per cent of raw materials for the project must be sourced locally.”