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Capacity building necessary for economic turbulence in Nigeria – Atiku Bagudu

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The Kebbi State Governor, Atiku Bagudu has called for concerted efforts in tac kling economic turbulence in Nigeria.

Bagudu said this in Lagos at the National Women’s Conference of Committee of the Wives of Lagos State Officials, COWLSO, themed “Relevance Economic in Turbulence.”

Bagudu said the theme of the Conference was timely and relevant to the unpleasant economic situation facing the nation at the moment.

He commended the Lagos State Government under the leadership of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, for being proactive in providing financial facilities and capacity building programmes for Women.

Earlier, the wife of the Lagos State Governor, Bolanle Ambode, said the conference would enlightened women on how they could keep their integrity as teachers of morals in the face of ugly economic situation and avert unforeseen hardship that could affect their families and the society at large.

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