Oil price fall will not affect Nigeria – Jonathan

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L-R President General Electric Africa, Jay Ireland; Vice President Namadi Sambo; President Goodluck Jonathan and Vice Chairman of General Electric Global Growth and Operation, John Rice during their Courtesy Visit to Presidential Villa in Abuja yesterday. PHOTO: AKIN LADOKUN.
L-R President General Electric Africa, Jay Ireland; Vice President Namadi Sambo; President Goodluck Jonathan and Vice Chairman of General Electric Global Growth and Operation, John Rice during their Courtesy Visit to Presidential Villa in Abuja yesterday. PHOTO: AKIN LADOKUN.

President Goodluck Jonathan has assured Nigerians and foreign investors of a stable domestic economy despite the disturbing downward slope in global oil prices.

The President on Thursday gave the assurance when a delegation of multinational industrial giant, General Electric (GE), led by its Vice Chairman and CEO, Mr. John Rice, paid him a courtesy visit at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

In a statement issued by Reuben Abati, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Jonathan said the Federal Government would do everything possible to maintain domestic economic stability, and urged the company to maintain its confidence in the country.

“We promise our people that even with the drop in…

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