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In the next few years, Nigeria will begin to export cars to other countries - President Goodluck Jonathan
| January 21, 2014
Speaking at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, to a business delegation from Anambra State which was led by the Governor Peter Obi of Anambra state, President Goodluck Jonathan spoke about the new National Automotive Industry Policy and said that Nigeria would soon be exporting cars to other countries. He said, âI will refer all the issues you raised to the various departments of government. We are totally committed to creating jobs. Nigeria is a country with huge population of youths. If jobs are not created, there will be crisis. The housing, agriculture and power sectors are also receiving attention. âIn the next few years, Nigeria will begin to export cars to other countries. We are encouraging the government to support local manufacturers. If any country will be great, we must industrialise. If Nigeria must be a great country, we must industrialise. To this end, we will continue to encourage industrialists in Anambra, Responding, Governor Peter Obi told the President that people of Anambra state were well positioned to assist the President in the achievement of his transformation agenda because of their enterprising and preserving nature. the governor said, âYou have excess credit in your political account that these people (members of the delegation) are ready to pay you when you need it.â He also thanked the President for including Nnewi in the National Automotive Industry Policy and said that this would attract many ancillary industries to the state. Related: Duties and levies on new and used vehicles and tyres imported into Nigeria to increase in 2014

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seyi    lagos, nigeria    February 09, 2014
Dear president find a copy of this book dat speak abt nigerian politics titled(Nigerian Political Parties and Politicians: a Call for National Unity) it is a book meant to change the surface of this country as a whole.
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Accra, GHANA    January 24, 2014
I laugh! By the time we stop daydreaming, we shall be able to make progress. I still cannot forget that the former chairman of the PDP, Mr. Audu Ogbe, once told the gathering of PDP members that the economic theories put in place by Mr. Obasanjo's Economic Team were not working. He used the phrase "ill-digested theories" to describe the situation then. I think that the same description is infallible till now.

Government should address the concerns of Nigerians who have commented on the increase in tariff that today's daydream rests. God save Nigeria.
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