The chief executive officer of the Nigerian Saudi Chamber of Commerce, Ibrahim Usman, has offered his thoughts on President Tinubu’s visit to Saudi Arabia with the aim of enticing investors to make investments in Nigeria. Usman stated that the president spoke during the visit in a sincere and impassioned manner, emphasizing that he didn’t rely on a prepared speech but rather spoke straight from the heart. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
During the interview with TVC, I highlighted the key points the president addressed during his speech, including discussing opportunities in Nigeria, addressing concerns about corruption, and assuring investors that they would have the freedom to repatriate their investments. The reference to the president not reading from a written speech suggests a more spontaneous and heartfelt communication style.
According to him, “Our president spoke from his heart. If you recollect, he didn’t read from any written speech, and he talked very beautifully in terms of opportunities, in terms of looking at issues of corruption, and in terms of ensuring that once they make investments, they can be rest assured that wherever they want to take the investment, they’ll take their investment out. He had made that clear to them.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>