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‘Executive Order 5, Recipe For Economic Growth, Devt’



Permanent secretary of the Federal Ministry Of Science and Technology, Mr Bitrus Bako Nabasu, said the Executive Order 005 recently signed by the Federal Government holds the recipe for the rapid economic growth and development of the country.
Nabusa made this known during the South-East dialogue on Presidential Executive Order 005 at the Project Development, Institute (PRODA), Enugu.
He said the implementation of the Executive Order would enable Nigerian professionals to participate and contribute to the growth and development of the nation.
‘‘This Executive order showcases the commitment of government in the promotion of domestic and foreign investments creation of employment and the stimulation of the national economy,” he stated.
The permanent secretary further said that the order will build the capacity of Nigerian professionals and contractors, especially those involved in Science, Engineering and Technological programmes, adding it will guarantee home grown capability and capacity to maintain, re-design, re-produce, domesticate and duplicate any infrastructure that is built in Nigeria for self-reliance and development.
Nabusa represented by the ministry’s director of legal services department, Mrs Yveonne Odu-Thomas, said government’s determination to achieve the objectives of the Executive Order through effective sensitization of the citizenry.
A statement by the ministry’s head of press and public relations unit, Abdulganiyu Aminu, tasked staff of the ministry and chief executive of agencies to aspire for enhance service delivery for the realisation of the order.