"Lagos Will Become Africa’s Third Largest Economy Before I Die" – Obasanjo

Previous President Olusegun Obasanjo has said that Lagos State would turn into Africa's third biggest economy in a brief span. 

He made this known at the launch of a book titled, "Making Africa Work", co-created by the previous president and three different writers. 

Alternate creators are Greg Mills, Director of Brenthurst Foundation; Jeffrey Herbst, President of NEWSEUM and Dickie Davis, a resigned significant general. 

The previous president said the Lagos State government is working towards making the express a monetary center point, which he jovially said would happen as intended before he passes on. 

Obasanjo, who is the seat of Brenthurst Foundation, uncovered that designs are in progress for the establishment and Lagos state government to make the express the third biggest economy on the landmass. 

"(Despite the fact that) People said I appear as though somebody who is in the flight relax," Mr. Obasanjo stated, "Lagos will turn into the third biggest economy before I take my ticket. 

The previous president additionally said that Africa is not a poor mainland, including that the landmass is just poor by decision. 

He charged Africans to concentrate on riches creation and openings for work, saying the mainland ought to whine less about neediness. 

"Africa is ineffectively overseen," he stated, including that, "We are poor by decision (and) we will likewise escape that neediness by decision.

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