2024: Oyebanji Expresses Confidence In A More Prosperous Nigeria }{ The Scoper Media 

 

     Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji has expressed confidence in the nation’s ability to navigate through the current economic challenges and emerge stronger and more prosperous in 2024.

Governor Oyebanji, who stated this on Monday during the new year service at the First Baptist Church, Ikogosi Ekiti, said Nigerians should remain resolute and resilient, assuring that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is prioritizing the well-being of the people with targeted programs and policies that will bring succor to the masses.

Acknowledging the prevailing economic challenges facing the nation, the Governor said strategic plans and policies have been put in place to address the root cause of the economic instability.

He maintained that year 2024 will be the end of economic challenges confronting the nation.

Expressing confidence in the ability of President Tinubu to revitalize the economy and steer the country towards prosperity, Oyebanji said the President is committed to fostering an environment conducive for business growth, foreign investment, and job creation.

He urge Nigerians to support and trust in the administration’s strategies, assuring them that the sacrifice made today will pave the way for a brighter future.

The Governor also charged the people to continue praying for the President, be patient with government and be optimistic of a prosperous year ahead.

“Nigeria is our Jerusalem, let us help the President with our prayers, he has spoken to us this morning, I urge us to let’s have trust in him and be patient a little” the Governor asserted.

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