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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

A Message From Mr President

This was written on his Facebook page few hours ago. Read;

Dear friends on facebook,

The determination of this administration to create wealth in Nigeria and for Nigerians has led us to focus our investment drive towards attracting Foreign Direct Investments in manufacturing and the service sector to ensure that jobs are created. And this drive is not an exercise in futility as Nigeria is becoming the preferred destination for FDI. Just last week, General Electric announced a decision to invest $1 billion in setting up a manufacturing plant to support power generation and oil production. Their plant, to be situated in Calabar, will provide jobs for thousands with multiplier effect for tens of thousands more and will make Nigeria a hub for power equipment in the region. The end result of this investment is that Nigeria’s power generating infrastructure will be expanded meaning more power for Nigerians which translates to even more jobs.


While we continue to encourage the Private Sector to help grow our economy and create jobs for our youths, we will do all within our powers to also keep our youths engaged. In this regard I am happy to report that the 600 bed Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State which this administration began working on in February 2011 has reached 95% completion and when commissioned later this year it will provide jobs for 3000 people. Similar projects are ongoing in other geo-political zones and I will keep you updated.

Similarly, ongoing massive investments in the rehabilitation of our railways are being carried out with direct labour, thereby providing jobs to thousands of our youths especially around the Ilorin-Minna-Kaduna-Kano corridor of our rail network. In addition to the regular Lagos to Kano service, the Nigerian Railway Corporation has introduced new routes including the Offa-Kano intercity service. These initiatives are generating employment and providing an inexpensive means of travel as well as an alternative means of hauling heavy goods and petroleum products to the hinterland.

Rehabilitation works are also ongoing in the nation’s pipelines to ensure a resumption of the supply of petroleum products by pipelines all over the nation thus reducing the pressure on our roads and railways and freeing up space for hauling other products. Jobs are being created as this is ongoing and moribund services are being resumed. Just last month, the Benin Depot of the Pipeline Product Marketing Company (PPMC) was reopened after a successful completion of rehabilitation works. Products can now be transferred by pipelines to this facility.

And it is not just in the service sectors that we are seeing construction and rehabilitation. During the maiden meeting of the Executive Council of the Federation meeting, the Federal Government approved the establishment of three new universities in Yobe, Kebbi and Zamfara states. Apart from the jobs that the construction works will generate in those states, value is being added to the local economy as more citizens will have access to tertiary education with its attendant effect in wealth generation and improved health.

My dear friends on facebook, may God bless you, even as I pray for Almighty God to bless our country, Nigeria. GEJ

18 comments:

  1. Thank you Mr. President for bringing back my confidence as a Nigerian. Very soon Nigerians will see your commitment in restoring the decades of mismanagement in the Country.

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  2. Thanks for this news ,keep up the good work.

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  3. honestly if this man puts in half as much energy okupe abati and co put into their propaganda in his governance people like el rufai and co will not have a chance to take advantage hood winking gullible nigerians

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  4. There was no one project that was pinpointed as having absorbed a certain numbEr of unemployed youths!
    The story is that this one will absorb or that will do this and that.....who is this man foolinG?
    Enough of this facebook hype,role up ur sleeves,get out of ur comfort zone and show leadership.
    This ur idling is annoying a lot of ur supporters.

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    1. Gbam!!! Its really becoming so irritating 2 think they can continue fooling us without action at d end of d day..imagine 600 beds since feb 2011 has not yet been commissioned and he is happy sayin 95% done so 1day 1bed right?...we r no fools our eye don tear,juz eat all d gucci rice u can eat not cos u r leaving come 2015...trash!!

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  5. Can any1 summarise?
    Billie jean

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    1. Read it and don't be lazy.

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  6. Lovexcutive@minna05 February, 2013 19:01

    Ur excellency sir,we‘re not interested in ur long speech rather act fast.we are patiently waiting 4 ur manifestation...

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  7. You know what ? I do not envy this man his job. It's a tough one.

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  8. See o. With so much verifiable claims people would start saying negative things with derogatory tones. Things are looking up jere...

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  9. We love u. U are doing well. U made us understand democracy works, Dos critics let them go to hell. Buhari plotted a coup against a democratic govt years ago. He cannot islamize Nigeria. U have done well. Please focus on corruption as well. Dos paid activist on twitter can kiss hell. Idiots

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  10. I pray these will become reality.

    Have you fed your soul today? Please do make out sometime for God's Word.

    Visit www.thebanquethall.blogspot.com your Christian blog.

    God bless you


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  11. @ anonymous 19:26...I pity u. Better start envying him. If his job was dt tough, trust me, he wouldn't wnt to go for 2nd term

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  12. Nigerians big fools,are u all blind?can't u see he is campaigning already..what stupid power generation and fake employment is he yapping about?canvassing the youths with this nonsense.mr president save ur breath,come 2015 u reign will end,there's nothing u can do or say that would change that!that is all...!

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  13. Less talk,more work

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  15. GEJ, you have started campaigning abi? These 3000 jobs has already been shared among your loyalist, why making a foul promises. Secondly, stop cajoling us with General Electric investment in the power sector; there is non significant changes in the sector, instead it going from bad to worst. Please we need action not propaganda.

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  16. Mr president, i congratulate u for being a preacher, continue with the sermon, we are all ears.

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