Tinubu encourages collaboration to alleviate world concerns.

President Bola Tinubu has stated that collaboration and inclusivity are critical to attaining global food security, addressing common concerns, and fostering innovation across a chain of interests to create a more secure and affluent world.

During a high-level panel session at the World Economic Forum Special Meeting on Global Collaboration, Growth, and Energy for Development in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Sunday, President Tinubu stated that “collaboration and inclusiveness,” particularly with regard to Africa, are essential to building a future of hope, peace, and progress for all.

He stated that capital mobilisation, which is required to stimulate economic growth and related improvements in Africa, cannot be disregarded any longer.

The President stated that the continent is wonderfully endowed, but that the diversity of its resources must be reflected in its financial and economic realities.

“The capital formation required to power the economy, agriculture, food security, innovation, and technological growth must be a global initiative. Nobody should be left behind.

“I am delighted the world recognises the necessity for cooperation, and that with Africa’s population increase, the diversity of its riches must be combined with economic opportunities. “We must work together to achieve that,” President Tinubu stated.

The President urged world leaders to pay attention to developments in the Sahel, emphasizing the importance of a thorough knowledge of the current situation’s vectors and proposing collaboration in the quest of long-term solutions.

“We are pushing the entire world to pay attention to the Sahel and the countries surrounding us. As Chairman of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State and administration, I have used Nigeria’s significant influence to discourage any unconstitutional change of administration. Similarly, we have relaxed the sanctions. We need to trade with each other, not fight. It is critical that we promote growth, stability, and economic prosperity for our people in West Africa.”


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