Dec 9, 2021

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Bala Mohammed Praises Dangote, Says Business Man Understands Nigerians Better Than Most Politicians

  • According to Governor Bala Mohammed, most politicians in Nigeria do not know the country better than the chairman of the Dangote Group
  • The governor of Bauchi gave this known when he praised the businessman for empowering women and vulnerable people
  • In the meantime, Mohammed urged the respected businessman to invest in Bauchi and support the state’s economy help

Governor Bala Mohammed of the State of Bauchi has praised Aliko Dangote, chairman of the Dangote Group.

According to the governor, the businessman understands Nigerians better than most of the country’s politicians, reports The Cable.

He made this known when he was Dangote officials Foundation paid a courtesy call, reports Pulse.

He said:

“He showed this foresight igt that he at least understands Nigeria better than most of us politicians because he k. Now people are taking care of the family. ”

The governor begged the Dangote Group to invest in Bauchi and added added that the state is one of the most peaceful in Nigeria.

“We know the family tree and the capacities of the Dangote Group, what they have set out to do, they do it scientifically and systematically,” he said.

“Please come and see what we have here. We have peace in Bauchi and your investments will be protected because it is the most peaceful state in northern Nigeria. ”

Nigeria’s economic growth

In another report Das forecast economic growth of Nigeria was reviewed by the World Bank and the estimate of the gross domestic product for 2021 increased to 1.8%.

The Bretton Wood Institution increased Nigeria’s economic growth of 1.1% to 1.8% for this year, with GDP rising to 2.1% next year and 2.4% in 2023.

That of Africa was also rated upwards of 2.8% in 2021, and next year the sub-Saharan economy is expected to hit 3.3%. The global economy is expected to grow by 5.6%.

The new forecast took into account the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences, the rising oil price, structural changes in the oil industry, and more flexible Exchange rate based on the market.