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#Qatar: National Patriots Advise President Tinubu For Caution Divulging Classified Information With Qatar.

Dr. Hameeda. MFR.

The National Patriots.

Nigeira needs to exercise caution when dealing with Qatar 🇶🇦. They are major sponsors of terrorism and insecurity in northern Nigeria and the Sahel region . This is already global knowledge . So the minister of mines having talks with the Qatar government and attempting to divulge data on mineral reserves in Nigeria possess those regions at a risk of insecurity . So that geophysical and geological data should not be shared with the Qatar government for national security reasons.

The National Patriots issued a brief statement advising the Federal Government of Nigeria to exercise restraint in their agreements with Qatar.

The National Security Adviser is also advised to ensure compliance in this regard.


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 as he signed agreements on education, solid minerals, and others.


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.’


“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.


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.


“I am here to give you the assurance that reforms are going on; forget about whatever you heard in the past.


“Whatever the obstacle or problem that some of you might have experienced; it is in the past because there is no obstacle in the future,” he said.


Tinubu also assured investors that their funds would find easy mobility in and out of the economy.


“We are removing obstacles today and we are going to continue to remove all obstacles. We have done so much within nine months. And I am assuring you, it is free entry and free exit.


“Your funds will flow smoothly into and out of our country. Bring your investments,” the President stated.

Meanwhile, Tinubu after closed-door talks with the Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani at the Presidential Palace in Doha, signed seven landmark agreements between both nations.


The seven agreements signed are a cooperation agreement in the field of education; regulation of employment of workers with the government of Qatar; establishment of a joint business council between the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture; in addition to a cooperation agreement in the field of youths and sports.


The other agreements are cooperation in the field of tourism and business events and a memorandum of understanding combating illicit trade in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.


The documents were signed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Yusuf Tuggar, and relevant officials in the Government of the State of Qatar, Buthaina bint Ali Al Jabr Al Nuaimi, Minister of Education and Higher Education; Dr. Ahmad Al-Hammadi, Secretary General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Al Thani, Chairman of Qatar Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Abdullah bin Khalaf bin Hattab Al Kaabi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior.


Before the signing ceremony, President Tinubu assured his host of Nigeria’s preparedness to welcome investors into the country, noting the ongoing reforms that favour innovation, return on investments, and multiculturalism.

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