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Inauguration: Ambassador Alege Celebrates Tinubu, Makinde …..Says Nigeria on Right Path To Recovery

He also sent his felicitation to the second-term governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde, saying the success of the duo at the 2023 polls was an indication that Nigeria is on the right path for national recovery.

Inauguration: Ambassador Alege Celebrates Tinubu, Makinde

…..Says Nigeria on Right Path To Recovery

The Nigerian Envoy to Ukraine, Ambassador Shina Alege has sent his congratulatory message to the Senator Bola Tinubu as he assumed the role of Nigerian President and Commander in-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on Monday.

He also sent his felicitation to the second-term governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde, saying the success of the duo at the 2023 polls was an indication that Nigeria is on the right path for national recovery.

Alege said the inauguration of Bola Tinubu as the next President of Nigeria has sent a renewed hope of a better turnaround for the country in the minds of her citizens and foreign governments.

“The in-coming administration under President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has the capacity to make Nigeria the new bride that foreign governments will trust and support for development.

“We have seen the euphoria in the people as the inauguration of the new government in our dear country takes place today in Abuja, the belief and trust that Nigerian people have for the Tinubu administration is immense and it is an indication that our country is on the right path to economic and social recovery.”

The envoy saluted the good works of the Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde, which he said has made remarkable transformation happen in the capital city of Ibadan and other parts of the State.

He urged the people of the State to continue their support to the administration, so as to witness more dividends of democracy.

Senator Bola Tinubu is the fifth Nigerian President after Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, Umar Musa Yar’adua, Goodluck Jonathan and the out-going Muhammadu Buhari, to be inaugurated after the country’s return to democracy in 1999.