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Tinubu urges Nigerians to patronise made-in-Nigeria products to strengthen Naira

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Report any of my aides demanding for bribe - Tinubu tells foreign investors

President Bola Tinubu has urged Nigerians to support locally-made products and services to sustain the recent gains of the naira in the foreign exchange market.

This call was delivered by Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, during a State House briefing on Friday.

Tinubu emphasised the importance of prioritising made-in-Nigeria goods across all sectors to boost the strength of the national currency. Ngelale highlighted Tinubu’s commitment to implementing interventions aimed at bolstering the naira against global currencies.

The recent strengthening of the naira, Ngelale explained, resulted from collaborative efforts with the Central Bank and other government agencies to address fraudulent activities within the foreign exchange ecosystem.

Tinubu’s administration remains vigilant in combating illicit practices, particularly within crypto-currency trading platforms and the parallel market. Tinubu urged Nigerians to report any instances of malpractice to safeguard the integrity of the currency.

By fostering a culture of transparency and accountability, citizens can contribute to promoting economic stability and sustainable growth. Tinubu’s call for collective action reflects a strategic approach to reinforcing the value of the naira and ensuring greater economic resilience.

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