Do Not Offer Bribe To Any Nigerian officials – Tinubu Tells Qatar Investors

President Bola Tinubu has asked Qatari captains of industry to report any Nigerian official who demands any form of bribe before allowing them to do business in the country.

He insisted that Nigeria would no longer be held back by its past dotted with bureaucratic bottlenecks and corruption that stifled the ease of doing business.

“Do not offer a bribe to any of our people, and if it is requested or taken from you, report to us. You will have access to me,” Tinubu said at the Nigeria-Qatar Business and Investment Forum in Doha, on Sunday.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, revealed this in a statement titled ‘President Tinubu to Qatari investors: Report to me my officials who obstruct progress or ask for bribe; no deviation from path to prosperity.’

Tinubu also assured the international business community that Nigeria was ready for serious business as his administration would deal decisively with any and all entrenched interests in the country that undermined investors’ confidence in the Nigerian economy.

He also pledged to remove all bottlenecks standing in the way of profitable and legitimate enterprise saying, “Do not let perceptions become a hindrance to your will to invest. Nigeria is serious about revolutionising investment promotion.”

The President told Qatari investors that Africa’s largest economy and its systems were being reformed and upgraded, asking Qatar businessmen to report any government official who demanded a bribe or any form of inducement at any point in their business endeavour moving forward with full assurance of their direct access to him.

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