Despite all the negative news that have been emanating from some political players in the country, there seems to be some flashes of hope and good reports from other quarters especially from the international communities.
Apart from the new appointments that some of the key players like Mrs Amina Muhammed who is now the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, the new appointment of Mrs Kemi Adeosun into the Pension Board of the United Nations, the award given to the CBN governor Mr Emefiele by Forbes towards the end of last year for his way and manner of managing the Foreign Exchange Reserve of the nation despite the low level of crude price internationally,etc
The good performance has also caught the attention of Harvard University and as a result, an invite has been extended to the Vice Presdent of the nation who conincidentally is the able coodinator of the economy.
The letter from Harvard University reads:
“It would be the highest honour for us were you to accept our invitation as we deeply admire the immense progress that Nigeria has made during your tenure not only as the country’s Vice President, but also as Chairman of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council.
“By all accounts, this Council has spearheaded crucial initiatives and we very much hope that you will speak to those, as well as to Nigeria’s rise in world economic rankings and the vast range of business initiatives that are ongoing in your country.”