Elumelu Praises President Tinubu Over Policy Initiatives
Chairman of Heir Holding, Tony Elumelu, paid a visit to President Bola Tinubu on Tuesday at Aso Villa, Abuja.
Since the President was inaugurated in May, the owner of United Bank of Africa paid him a visit for the first time.
Elumelu clarified the reason for his trip by stating that he had a private conversation with Tinubu.
However, he asserted, as a figurehead in the private sector, they are motivated by government policy.
Addressing the journalists after the meeting, the businessman said that in the long run, Nigerians, especially women and youth, would benefit from Tinubu’s decisions.
He said, “The private sector is encouraged by the bold decisions of President Bola Tinubu, and we hope that in the fullness of time, Nigerians will benefit.
“It’s all about Nigerian people; it’s all about youth; it’s all about making sure our women are involved and empowered. It’s about making sure our youth get jobs, and I think Mr. President has this at the back of his mind”.
He, therefore advised Nigerians to be patient with the President’s policies, saying, “Rome was not built in a day.”
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