Nigeria’s new Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr Adeniyi Adebayo, has expressed his commitment toward achieving national economic growth.
Adebayo, who is also a legal practitioner made this known on assumption of office in Abuja, the nation’s capital.
“We have been given the task of heading this ministry to achieve that intention, we will work very hard to make sure we live up to the confidence reposed in us by the president.
“We believe in hard work and we must work hard and work out action plans to enable us achieve the goals. We look forward to your cooperation for the growth of the ministry,” he added.
Amb. Maryam Katagum, the Minister of State, Industry, Trade and Investment also expressed gratitude to the Federal Government for finding her worthy to join in running the affairs of the ministry for national development.
“We have just four years to deliver on the mandate of Nigerians. We intend to vigorously pursue the mandate given to us by the president.
“On a very broad level is to say that we believe that the delivery of that mandate does not rest on the civil servants but we are definitely counting on you and seeking your support.
“We have to give value to tax payers money,” the Katagum said.