Peter Obi was at Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, LCCI last week Monday.
Vanguard News reports that Dr. Obi was there to present his economic blueprint. He spoke about his first 100 days in office if elected as President of Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2023.
We are going to have an Assets Registry so we know the assets of the country and ensure that they are all put into production because we want to move from consumption to production and all assets must be productive and to make it productive, we are going to remove it from government to private sector.
I’m not talking about transactional private sector delivery but scheduled private-sector driven. I do not need to tell you what will happen in the area of cost of governance; you only need to go and verify what I did in Anambra in that area.
The same thing will apply in Nigeria. There are quite a number of things that are not supposed to be on the Exclusive List and that we can deal with as quickly as possible – agriculture, education – the Federal Government is not supposed to be involved in those and quite a number of them. They are not things that I can tell you here but we are going to deal with that issue as quickly as possible.