President Tinubu Vows to Make Nigeria a Net-Exporter of Food

President Bola Tinubu has pledged to transform Nigeria into a net-exporter of food, emphasizing the importance of collaboration between political and spiritual leaders in fostering unity and progress.

During a meeting with the Global Tijaniyya Movement, led by Khalifa Muhammad Mahe Niass, President Tinubu outlined plans to bolster agricultural productivity through farmland expansion, low-interest loans for farmers, and investments in irrigation infrastructure.

The President also expressed his dedication to equipping hospitals with modern equipment, providing healthcare professionals with training, and ensuring social welfare for every citizen, including comprehensive health insurance coverage.

In his address, President Tinubu stressed the significance of spiritual endeavours in nation-building, emphasizing his administration’s commitment to supporting religious activities.

He highlighted the need for collaboration between political and spiritual leaders to advance the nation’s interests and promote unity among the people.

Khalifa Muhammad Mahe Niass, speaking on behalf of the Global Tijaniyya Movement, commended the President for his unwavering commitment to Nigeria’s peace, progress, and stability.

He expressed confidence in President Tinubu’s leadership and conveyed the movement’s support and prayers.

As Nigeria embarks on this ambitious journey towards food self-sufficiency and becoming a net-exporter of food, President Tinubu’s vision for a united and prosperous Nigeria is a step closer to becoming a reality.

The Global Tijaniyya Movement’s support and prayers for the Nigerian leader will undoubtedly contribute to the nation’s progress, unity, and prosperity.

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