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 Rev Olasupo Ayokunle former National President Christian Association of Nigeria CAN has called on successive governments to build a productive economy to create job opportunities and prosperity Ayokunle who is the President WayMaker International Ministry said this at a conference organised by the ministry on Friday in Ibadan He said that Nigeria needed to move from a consuming economy to a more productive one to achieve greatness The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the conference was entitled Productive Leadership For Organisational Growth Ayokunle said the bane of Nigeria was that the country consumed more than it could produce He reiterated that a non producing country would continue to depend on productive countries for survival He said that working refineries for the country s petroleum products would have enthroned cheaper and readily available products and create more job opportunities for youths He stressed that prices of goods and services were high because the country was not producing many of the things it needed The General Overseer Foursquare Gospel Church in Nigeria Rev Sam Aboyeji said strategy and action plans without the fire of enthusiasm would produce nothing According to Aboyeji leaders will lack conviction and integrity without the fear of God and thus never be productive Unfaithfulness produces bad jobs and negative productivity while integrity is synonymous with a leader s quality control mechanism he said Also Prof Tunji Olaopa of the National Institute for Strategic Studies Kuru in Plateau said leaders should have a mind open to ideas and attuned to continuous learning He said that to make critical transformation in the country the building of institutions was very germane He said the country needed core selfless leaders who would take the burden of rebuilding its walls as Nehemiah did in the Bible We need those who will bargain among themselves and resolve that this great country must be savaged it s that which will proclaim a real definition of vision he said AN NewsSourceCredit NAN
Ex-CAN president urges govts to build productive economy for prosperity

Olasupo Ayokunle

Rev. Olasupo Ayokunle, former National President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has called on successive governments to build a productive economy to create job opportunities and prosperity

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WayMaker International Ministry

Ayokunle, who is the President, WayMaker International Ministry, said this at a conference organised by the ministry on Friday in Ibadan.

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He said that Nigeria needed to move from a consuming economy to a more productive one to achieve  greatness.

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News Agency of Nigeria

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the conference was entitled, ‘Productive Leadership For Organisational Growth”.

Ayokunle said the bane of Nigeria was that the country consumed more than it could produce.

He reiterated that a non producing country would  continue to depend on  productive countries for survival.

He said that working refineries for the country’s petroleum products would have enthroned cheaper and readily available products and create more job opportunities for youths.

He stressed that prices of goods and services were high because the country was not producing many of the things it needed.

General Overseer

The General Overseer, Foursquare Gospel Church in Nigeria, Rev. Sam Aboyeji, said strategy and action plans without the fire of enthusiasm would produce nothing.

According to Aboyeji, leaders will lack conviction and integrity without the fear of God and thus never be productive.

“Unfaithfulness produces bad jobs and negative productivity while integrity is synonymous with a leader’s quality control mechanism,” he said.

Tunji Olaopa

Also, Prof. Tunji Olaopa of the National Institute for Strategic Studies, Kuru in Plateau, said leaders should have a mind open to ideas and attuned to continuous learning.

He said that to make critical transformation in the country, the building of institutions was very germane.

He said the country needed core, selfless leaders who would take the burden of rebuilding its walls as Nehemiah did in the Bible.

“We need those who will bargain among themselves and resolve that this great country must be savaged, it’s that which will proclaim a real definition of vision,” he said.

(AN)

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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