On Thursday, President Bola Tinubu announced that his administration would not abandon the ongoing reforms in the nation.

The elimination of fuel subsidy and naira-strengthening policies, which many have blamed for the nation’s current economic woes, have earned the current administration harsh criticism.

The president remarked during a visit to the State House in Abuja from a group from the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA), which was led by Florizelle Liser, the CCA’s president and chief executive officer, according to a statement released by his special adviser on media and publicity, Ajuri Ngelale.

In addition to stating that his administration would carry out the required economic changes to promote corporate growth and generate investment opportunities that support the expanding population, Tinubu promised the delegation he would not back down until his vision for Nigeria was realized.

He said: “I am happy that the Council is interested in various segments of Nigeria’s economy. We are right in the middle of a challenging stage of our reforms. We have headwinds, no doubt, but we are not going back.

“We are challenged, and we believe we will overcome the challenges. I have a can-do attitude that must be translated into a must-do attitude. We have a good team, and we must remain focused to get the goal accomplished.”

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