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Tinubu calls on Qatari investors to report bribery demands by Nigerian officials

Nigerian President Assures Transparency and Urges Vigilance in Business Dealings at Nigeria-Qatar Business Forum

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President Bola Tinubu has urged Qatari business leaders to report any instances of bribery or corruption involving Nigerian officials, emphasizing a commitment to transparency and accountability in business dealings.

President Bola Tinubu has urged Qatari business leaders to report any instances of bribery or corruption involving Nigerian officials, emphasizing a commitment to transparency and accountability in business dealings.

Speaking at the Nigeria-Qatar Business and Investment Forum in Doha, Tinubu underscored Nigeria’s determination to overcome past bureaucratic hurdles and eradicate corruption to facilitate a conducive environment for investment.

Addressing Qatari investors directly, Tinubu encouraged them not to succumb to bribery demands and assured them of direct access to him if such incidents occurred. He reiterated the government’s readiness to address systemic challenges and enhance the ease of doing business in Nigeria.

The President assured international investors of Nigeria’s resolve to tackle entrenched interests that undermine confidence in the economy, vowing to remove obstacles hindering profitable ventures and foster a climate of innovation and enterprise.

Highlighting ongoing reforms in Nigeria’s economic landscape, Tinubu reassured investors of the nation’s commitment to promoting investment opportunities across various sectors. He emphasized the importance of transparent governance and pledged to uphold accountability in all transactions.

In a strategic move to bolster security and combat corruption, Tinubu highlighted the appointment of Nuhu Ribadu, a renowned anti-corruption advocate, as National Security Adviser, signaling a concerted effort to strengthen institutional integrity and safeguard investors’ interests.

Welcoming the Nigerian delegation, Qatar’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Qassim Al Abdullah Al Thani, expressed eagerness to explore collaborative ventures with Nigeria. He underscored Qatar’s commitment to investing in sustainable initiatives and forging mutually beneficial partnerships.

Accompanying President Tinubu at the forum were key government officials and dignitaries, including state governors and ministers, reflecting Nigeria’s unified commitment to fostering international partnerships and driving economic growth.

As Nigeria seeks to attract foreign investment and expand its economic footprint, Tinubu’s call for transparency resonates as a pivotal step towards building trust and fostering a conducive environment for sustainable development.

In Doha, Tinubu underscored Nigeria’s determination to overcome past bureaucratic hurdles and eradicate corruption to facilitate a conducive environment for investment.

Addressing Qatari investors directly, Tinubu encouraged them not to succumb to bribery demands and assured them of direct access to him if such incidents occurred. He reiterated the government’s readiness to address systemic challenges and enhance the ease of doing business in Nigeria.

The President assured international investors of Nigeria’s resolve to tackle entrenched interests that undermine confidence in the economy, vowing to remove obstacles hindering profitable ventures and foster a climate of innovation and enterprise.

Highlighting ongoing reforms in Nigeria’s economic landscape, Tinubu reassured investors of the nation’s commitment to promoting investment opportunities across various sectors. He emphasized the importance of transparent governance and pledged to uphold accountability in all transactions.

In a strategic move to bolster security and combat corruption, Tinubu highlighted the appointment of Nuhu Ribadu, a renowned anti-corruption advocate, as National Security Adviser, signaling a concerted effort to strengthen institutional integrity and safeguard investors’ interests.

Welcoming the Nigerian delegation, Qatar’s Minister of Commerce and Industry, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Qassim Al Abdullah Al Thani, expressed eagerness to explore collaborative ventures with Nigeria. He underscored Qatar’s commitment to investing in sustainable initiatives and forging mutually beneficial partnerships.

Accompanying President Tinubu at the forum were key government officials and dignitaries, including state governors and ministers, reflecting Nigeria’s unified commitment to fostering international partnerships and driving economic growth.

As Nigeria seeks to attract foreign investment and expand its economic footprint, Tinubu’s call for transparency resonates as a pivotal step towards building trust and fostering a conducive environment for sustainable development.

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