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Egemba Sunday Uchechukwu
, Nigeria.
I’ll Create 16 Million Jobs In 4 Years If Elected President – Olawepo-Hashim



Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim, presidential candidate of People’s Trust (PT), at the weekend promised to create 16 million jobs in four years if elected president of the the country in next year’s election.



The PT presidential standard bearer spoke while addressing party faithful in Akure, Ondo state capital.



Olawepo-Hashim said he would deployed his experience in business to bring his nation’s economy out of the woods.



He said: “I am not a parasite that has been living on government. I am someone who knows how to create jobs and will create jobs for your children.



“I will create four million jobs every year by removing the obstacles to investment in Nigeria. It is only the private sector that can create jobs in Nigeria.



“When we remove the obstacles to investment in Nigeria, which some people have put there, investment will flow and jobs will be created.



“We will expand the economy from $510 billion that it is now to a $4 trillion economy. That is what is contained in our new Nigeria economic development programme.”



www.independent.ng/ill-create-16-million-jobs-in-4-years-if-elected-president-olawepo-hashim/

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Ojedeji Michael
, Nigeria.
hmm politicians and their way sha may God help us

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