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Nigeria@62: International relations expert calls for multi-sectoral reforms

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 International relations expert Dr Efem Ubi has called for reforms in sectors including security education economy among others to hasten development and progress in Nigeria Ubi Acting Director of Research Nigerian Institute of International Affairs NIIA made this known on Saturday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria while speaking on Nigeria s 62nd Independence Day anniversary According to him the tone of the economy needs to be set and remarkable policies that will attract foreign investors should be put in place He noted that Nigeria had the potential to be a great country beyond what was currently in play adding that good leadership and governance would be needed to reach such point We need patriotic and nationalistic leaders On my part we are at this point currently because some leaders have personal aims We need to sit up as Nigerians because we have been on this journey for over 60 years He urged Nigerians to do their part by being patriotic and nationalistic adding that everyone had a role to play in the development of the country According to Ubi development does not happen overnight but requires deliberate and consistent efforts Whether short medium or long term there should be policies or agendas for the type of development we want If China a country slightly older than Nigeria can plan their development and get it right our country can emulate the same and become greater he said NewsSourceCredit NAN
Nigeria@62: International relations expert calls for multi-sectoral reforms

Efem Ubi

International relations expert, Dr Efem Ubi, has called for reforms in sectors including security, education, economy, among others, to hasten development and progress in Nigeria.

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Acting Director of Research

Ubi, Acting Director of Research, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) made this known on Saturday, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria , while speaking on Nigeria’s 62nd Independence Day anniversary.

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According to him, the tone of the economy needs to be set and remarkable policies that will attract foreign investors should be put in place.

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He noted that Nigeria had the potential to be a great country beyond what was currently in play, adding that good leadership and governance would be needed to reach such point.

“We need patriotic and nationalistic leaders.

On my part, we are at this point currently because some leaders have personal aims.

“We need to sit up as Nigerians  because we have been on this journey for over 60 years.


He urged Nigerians to do their part by being patriotic and nationalistic, adding that everyone had a role to play in the development of the country.

According to Ubi, development does not happen overnight but requires deliberate and consistent efforts.

“Whether short, medium or long term, there should be policies or agendas for the type of development we want.

“If China, a country slightly older than Nigeria can plan their development and get it right, our country can emulate the same and become greater,” he said.
 

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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