The Atiku Campaign Organisation will today host a Policy Review Retreat to afford former Vice President Atiku Abubakar the opportunity to unveil his economic blueprint.
The event, holding at the Obasanjo Presidential Library, Abeokuta, the Ogun state, is expected to bring together 50 experts drawn from diverse backgrounds to analyse and review the policy document that will deliver on Atiku’s commitment of making Nigeria work again for all.
Coordinator of the Atiku Media Office, Malam Garba Shehu said in Abuja, yesterday that the retreat will afford Atiku Abubakar the opportunity to have experts review and make inputs into the formulation of a road map that “will encapsulate his blueprint and vision for Nigeria.”
According to Shehu, “Our country is tired of unprepared leaders in the saddle, and now requires experienced and able hands capable of retooling and re-engineering our economy to generate massive jobs for our teeming unemployed youths. It is about the effective implementation of the Power sector reforms, institution of a people-oriented health and education system for a sustainable and productive manpower base.”
Atiku, he said, had urged the 50 International and local policy experts who will be attending the two-day session to use the opportunity to make meaningful input into his vision to make Nigeria work again for all.