Nigerian economic diversification
What can you foresee as youth and patrotic citizens with the current power situation, do you think
nigerians industrialization plan is achievable? Cast your opinions and air your views on this issues?
Question 1. (a)
What is the way out? Or way forward to boost up nigerian GDP? Including the diversification of
nigerian economy? What else can nigerian government do or ventured in outside oil productions? Your
opinions on these issues and matters arisen is needed for prior solutions on nigerian economic
Question 1. (b)
Currently on the global scale of developments nigerian economy is going thrugh Tough time, what do
you think can be done as youth urgently to alleviate the sufferings of nigerians? Your opinions is a road
map to nigerian economic stability cast it and air your views?
PRESIDENT of the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) and a Trustee of LNID, Chief Olabintan Famutimi, on Tuesday described the outgoing British High Commissioner, Dr. Andrew Pocock, as nice and always ready to assist people. Speaking during his send-off dinner for Pocock in Lagos, the past president of the Nigerian –British Association described Pocock as a very warm, friendly and engaging person, “a man who is always there for people at anytime.”
Caleb oluwakayode Ola and Obinna Egbuna, two of LNID youth membersgraduated from high school over the weekend. Both received college scholarships. Congratulations to both of them
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