Let's Revitalize our Economy Together

Let's Revitalize our Economy Together

HEALTH

President Buhari has rejuvenated the Nigerian Health System; implementing routine immunizations and installing ultra-modern infrastructure in more than a 100 facilities nationwide, consequently, boosting the life expectancy of Nigerian citizens to an all time record high.

EDUCATION

With the endorsement of a N1.9 billion intervention fund, President Buhari has compelled a renaissance of scholarly exploration through a complete modification and revamp of the UTME, the approval of over 6 new private universities, 25 flexible learning polytechnics, 15 online universities and 2 state universities.

TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Nigeria moved up 24 places in the World Bank “Ease of Doing Business” index — due to President Buhari’s inauguration of the National Council for SMEs, the fine tuning of the new joint venture funding mechanism for oil operations, and the securing off economic exemptions to recover lost capacity in the wake of crude oil production cuts.

DEFENCE

President Buhari’s counter-terrorism initiatives have resulted in a substantial degradation of terrorist activities. His actions directly led to the release of the “82 Chibok School Girls” abducted by Boko Haram and the liberation of all the local government councils in the north-east under terrorist control.

Renewable Energy

President Buhari’s administration inherited an energy generation capacity of about 4,000MW which has now gone well beyond 7,500MW, with a transmission capacity of 8,000MW

Employment

President Buhari and his Vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo have been able to stem the tide of employment with the provision of the TraderMoni and MarketMoni through the “N-Power” scheme.

Infrastructure

In the last three years, President Buhari invested close to $10 billion in infrastructure since 2016 with a major focus on roads, power, and a new national rail network; all of which has helped guarantee increased access to markets and reduced operating costs for businesses.

Foreign Reserves

In the last four years, the Buhari-led government has successfully increased Nigeria’s foreign reserves from $30 billion in 2015 to almost $50 billion today.

TRANSPORTATION

President Buhari has improved the logistical mobility of Nigerian citizens and intra-state trade with the commencement of the Itakpe-Warri & Lagos-Ibadan rail-lines. He has, also, fast tracked the renovations of the Lagos, Enugu & Port Harcourt airport terminals to near completion.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND AGRICULTURE

President Buhari has spearheaded rural development through agriculture via the inauguration of the project coordination unit of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture; he, also, facilitated and secured the approval of a $200 million loan by the World Bank to support and finance small to mid scale farming.

INFORMATION & CULTURE

President Buhari implemented the roll out of the digital switch-over in television broadcasting, pioneering a new age of information dissemination across the country.

SPORTS AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

President Buhari’s commitment to the socio-economic wellbeing of Nigerian citizens resulted in positive returns across the sports domain, as Nigeria booked a ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, won first and second place at the 2017 Afrobasket, in both the female and male divisions respectively, and qualified an Olympic bobsled team for the first time, despite climate and topographical challenges.

Mines & Steel Development

Apart from a 300 percent increase in revenue (royalties and fees) between 2015 and 2016, President Buhari ensured that this sector surpassed it entire revenue of over N2 billion generated for the whole of 2016, with over N3.5 billion earning.

Poverty Eradication

For the first time, President Buhari ensured that money was budgeted for poverty reduction every year since 2016 and that has been utilized to address the challenges of the poor and vulnerable in the society thereby gradually eradicating poverty in the land.

Revenue Generation

President Buhari has grown Nigeria’s taxpayer base by five million new taxpayers; from 14 million in 2016 to 19 million today, as part of efforts to diversify Nigeria’s revenue base.

Corruption

The Whistleblower Policy was introduced in December 2016 to help curb mismanagement of public funds and financial malpractice. From the 534 investigations concluded (out of over 1000 tips received) by April 2018, N7.8bn, USD378 million and GBP27,800 had been recovered.

HEALTH

President Buhari has rejuvenated the Nigerian Health System; implementing routine immunizations and installing ultra-modern infrastructure in more than 100 facilities nationwide, consequently, boosting the life expectancy of Nigerian citizens to an all-time record high.

EDUCATION

With the endorsement of a N1.9 billion intervention fund, President Buhari has compelled a renaissance of scholarly exploration through a complete modification and revamp of the UTME, the approval of over 6 new private universities, 25 flexible learning polytechnics, 15 online universities and 2 state universities.

TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Nigeria moved up 24 places in the World Bank “Ease of Doing Business” index — due to President Buhari’s inauguration of the National Council for SMEs, the fine tuning of the new joint venture funding mechanism for oil operations, and the securing off economic exemptions to recover lost capacity in the wake of crude oil production cuts.

DEFENCE

President Buhari’s counter-terrorism initiatives have resulted in a substantial degradation of terrorist activities. His actions directly led to the release of the “82 Chibok School Girls” abducted by Boko Haram and the liberation of all the local government councils in the north-east under terrorist control.

Renewable Energy

President Buhari’s administration inherited an energy generation capacity of about 4,000MW which has now gone well beyond 7,500MW, with a transmission capacity of 8,000MW

Employment

President Buhari and his Vice, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo have been able to stem the tide of employment with the provision of the TraderMoni and MarketMoni through the “N-Power” scheme.

Infrastructure

In the last three years, President Buhari invested close to $10 billion in infrastructure since 2016 with a major focus on roads, power, and a new national rail network; all of which has helped guarantee increased access to markets and reduced operating costs for businesses.

Foreign Reserves

In the last four years, the Buhari-led government has successfully increased Nigeria’s foreign reserves from $30 billion in 2015 to almost $50 billion today.

TRANSPORTATION

President Buhari has improved the logistical mobility of Nigerian citizens and intra-state trade with the commencement of the Itakpe-Warri & Lagos-Ibadan rail-lines. He has, also, fast tracked the renovations of the Lagos, Enugu & Port Harcourt airport terminals to near completion.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND AGRICULTURE

President Buhari has spearheaded rural development through agriculture via the inauguration of the project coordination unit of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture; he, also, facilitated and secured the approval of a $200 million loan by the World Bank to support and finance small to mid scale farming.

INFORMATION & CULTURE

President Buhari implemented the roll out of the digital switch-over in television broadcasting, pioneering a new age of information dissemination across the country.

SPORTS AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

President Buhari’s commitment to the socio-economic wellbeing of Nigerian citizens resulted in positive returns across the sports domain, as Nigeria booked a ticket to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, won first and second place at the 2017 Afrobasket, in both the female and male divisions respectively, and qualified an Olympic bobsled team for the first time, despite climate and topographical challenges.

Mines & Steel Development

Apart from a 300 percent increase in revenue (royalties and fees) between 2015 and 2016, President Buhari ensured that this sector surpassed it entire revenue of over N2 billion generated for the whole of 2016, with over N3.5 billion earning.

Poverty Eradication

For the first time, President Buhari ensured that money was budgeted for poverty reduction every year since 2016 and that has been utilized to address the challenges of the poor and vulnerable in the society thereby gradually eradicating poverty in the land.

Revenue Generation

President Buhari has grown Nigeria’s taxpayer base by five million new taxpayers; from 14 million in 2016 to 19 million today, as part of efforts to diversify Nigeria’s revenue base.

Corruption

The Whistleblower Policy was introduced in December 2016 to help curb mismanagement of public funds and financial malpractice. From the 534 investigations concluded (out of over 1000 tips received) by April 2018, N7.8bn, USD378 million and GBP27,800 had been recovered.

The Nigeria Presidential Elections have been Postponed till Saturday February 23.

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