The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will on Tuesday in Lagos meet with the business and the organised private sector leaders.
The meeting will afford the economic players and leaders of thought in the private sector to interact with the APC presidential candidate and interrogate his action plan for Nigeria.
A statement by the director, media and publicity of APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), Bayo Onanuga in Abuja indicated that the interactive session with business leaders and captains of industry will hold at the Eko Hotel and Suites from 12noon.
Shedding light on the talk shop meeting, the Secretary of Campaign Council, Hon James Faleke, said the town hall session was convened to allow Tinubu share his vision for a better Nigeria with various actors in the economy and allow for a critical examination of the policy options contained in the Action Plan.
“Asiwaju Tinubu has a very rich private sector background and experience. He has an abiding faith in private enterprise and its fundamental role in national development and economic growth. The private sector needs power, predictability and consistency in policy to drive investment and boost national productivity.
“The dialogue will enable Business Leaders to also share their insights and concerns with our Presidential candidate. The town hall will be a great avenue to sell Asiwaju’s vision for Nigeria,” Faleke said.
President Muhammadu Buhari on October 21 unveiled Tinubu-Shettima policy document christened ‘Action Plan for a Better Nigeria’.
The document has enjoyed positive reviews across various segments of the economy since it was launched.