By Kennedy Mbele
Vice President of South-East South-South Professionals of Nigeria, SESSPN, Mr. Andy Wabali, in this interview, explains the association’s determination to make both regions an economic hub irrespective of emerging security challenges.
Ever since the South-East South-South Professionals of Nigeria, SESSPN, came up with Development Agenda 2035, DASESS, nothing has been heard about it. What is happening?
I can tell you that a lot has happened since then. There were summits in Port Harcourt and Enugu. Yes, the tempo slowed down but now there is a re-awakening.
What informed the adoption of the agenda?
The ethno – political complexities surrounding apportionments and developments in Nigeria have always necessitated the adoption of some measures. That is the reason for the regional perspective to the development of the various regions. In addition to this, the current low crude oil prices and the realisation of the need for economic…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper