President Bola Ahmed Tinubu economic policies are for the betterment of Nigerians, Senator Jimoh Ibrahim told participants yesterday at the ongoing World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

The Ondo South senator, who is Chairman of the Senate Committee on Inter-Parliamentary Affairs, urged the international community to back the policies, which he argued will significantly improve the living standards of the people.

He made the appeal in his presentation on “Abandoned projects in Africa, Ibrahim highlighted the potential of Tinubu’s economic agenda and the need to get the backing of global leaders.

The senator also drew attention to the untapped bitumen deposit in Ondo State, emphasizing the importance of harnessing this resource for the economic development of the state and its people.

He put the estimated value of the mineral deposit at $46 billion.

He said: “A cursory look at the economic policies of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the federal republic of Nigeria portends a brighter future for the people of the federation.

“With your support as world leaders, these policies would turn around the country’s economy and, by implication, the standard of living of the citizenry.

”Urging world leaders to unite and use their collective efforts to improve the global economy, the senator said: “I want to call on you, world leaders, that your collective effort is what is needed to change the narrative and improve the living standard of humanity.

”The curtain will tomorrow drop on the WEF, which kicked off on Monday. It serves as a platform for political and business leaders to discuss and address pressing global economic issues.

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