In the wake of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s victory at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT), hopes are soaring high for Nigeria’s economic future, with comparisons being drawn to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. US-based Nigerian entrepreneur Amina Temitope Ajayi, widely known as Mama Diaspora, has lauded the verdict and outlined her vision for the nation’s economic resurgence….CONTINUE READING
Mama Diaspora, in a congratulatory statement, expressed her optimism that President Tinubu would now be able to focus on revitalizing Nigeria’s economy. She emphasized that Africa had become a focal point for global attention due to its vast arable land, intellectual potential, and human capital.
Calling for unity among Nigerians, she urged citizens to rally behind the current administration with renewed hope. According to her, such solidarity and stability would attract foreign investors from the United States and other countries.
“We need to stay focused and concentrate on reviving Nigeria’s economy. We are so blessed to have an American-trained graduate and intellectual as the President of our great country, Nigeria. In the next couple of years, Nigeria will resemble some of the fastest-growing economies in the world. With more focus on agriculture and the workforce, we will continue to build economies of scale,” Mama Diaspora asserted.
Drawing parallels with the Industrial Revolution in the United States, she underscored the importance of empowering the labor force and investing in sectors like agriculture, transportation, housing, and mineral resources. She highlighted the need for Nigeria to attract foreign investors, especially in renewable energy and energy transition, to revamp the nation’s power sector and stimulate economic growth.
Mama Diaspora praised President Tinubu’s leadership qualities, describing him as an excellent financial manager and a leader who actively seeks foreign investments to benefit the nation. She commended his dedication to Nigeria’s development, noting that he had chosen to attend the G20 Summit in India, seeking investments even as a historic election judgment was delivered.
In conclusion, Mama Diaspora urged Nigerians to unite, embrace change, and focus on sectors such as agriculture, transportation, housing, mineral resources, and renewable energy. She believed that with the right leadership and strategic investments, Nigeria could rise as a shining example in the global economic landscape, and the nation’s future looked promising.
The PEPT verdict has set the stage for a new era of economic transformation, and all eyes are on Nigeria as it endeavors to fulfill its immense potential on the world stage….CONTINUE READING