Federal Government Now Not Obligated To Offer Jobs For Nigerians – Presidency


The senior special assistant to president muhammadu buhari on Industry, Trade and Investment, Olajumoke Omoniyi Oduwole, has said it isn’t always the federal government’s obligation to offer jobs to Nigerians.

Oduwole made this known in Abuja while addressing newsmen yesterday.

According to her, the function of the government become to create an enabling commercial enterprise surroundings for anybody to thrive.

Rationalising why entrepreneurship research was made compulsory in tertiary establishments, oduwole stated the authorities desired to groom a era of personal zone individuals because it isn’t always the principal driver of the financial system.

Her phrases; “eEntrepreneurship is truly global high-quality exercise. Within the US, we’ve such a lot of marketers and that is how it’s far anywhere around the world.

“the authorities best employs a small amount of humans. the private area is the driver of any economic system, it is not the authorities.

“what the government is obliged to do is to make sure there are guidelines, legal guidelines, amongst other things to make business thrive in the country.”