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Tinubu Holds Separate Meetings with Governor Mbah and Kaigama at Aso Villa


President Bola Tinubu held separate meetings with Enugu state governor, Peter Mbah, and Catholic Archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese, Ignatius Kaigama, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. While details of the meeting with Governor Mbah were not disclosed, it is believed to be related to the development and security of Enugu state.


Governor Mbah has previously shared his vision to shift Enugu’s economy from public sector to private sector-driven, aiming to elevate the state’s GDP from $4.4 billion to $30 billion through private sector investments.


Mbah has shown a strong commitment to fostering collaboration and partnerships between his administration, the federal government, and international agencies. His eagerness to engage with these entities underscores his recognition of the importance of cooperation in achieving his vision for Enugu state’s development.


By seeking to collaborate with the federal government, he aims to leverage national resources and support to enhance the growth and progress of his state.


The Governor recently engaged in a meeting with Shubham Chaudhuri, the World Bank’s Country Director for Nigeria, and took part in the National Economic Council (NEC) session chaired by Vice President Senator Kassim Shettima.


During Governor Mbah’s recent visit to the President, their discussions encompassed a range of critical topics including Enugu state’s economic landscape, security concerns, and the matter of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), and his release from detention.


A prior meeting between Governor Mbah and President Tinubu also revolved around crucial subjects such as Enugu’s economy and security issues. Notably, the discussions delved into the case of Nnamdi Kanu and his detention.


On a separate note, the specific details of Governor Mbah’s meeting with Catholic Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama were not made public by journalists at the time of reporting. However, it is understood that the discussions between the Archbishop and the President would likely center on the overall state of the nation, particularly amidst prevailing economic and security challenges.





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