Former militant leader Chief Ebikabowei Victor-Ben, popularly known as BoyLoaf, has expressed his congratulations to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for his victories at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal (PEPT).

In his words, “The past 100 days of the Tinubu administration have demonstrated the President’s capacity to rescue and build a prosperous nation.”

Chief Victor Ben, also recognized as General BoyLoaf, has called upon the people of the Niger Delta region to rally behind President Bola Tinubu’s leadership. He believes that Tinubu’s policies and vision for the region are practical and will address the aspirations of the local population, particularly in areas such as empowerment, infrastructural development, and sustainable peace.

Furthermore, BoyLoaf has urged all Nigerians to support the current administration, as it aims to rectify socio-economic imbalances, promote economic advancement, and sustain infrastructural development. He has assured citizens that the Tinubu administration will prioritize food security, economic growth, job creation, access to capital, and enhanced security.

BoyLoaf has pointed out that unlike previous administrations, President Bola Tinubu’s government has demonstrated its effectiveness in resolving diplomatic disputes promptly. An example of this is the resolution of the dispute between UAE authorities and their Nigerian counterparts, resulting in the lifting of visa and travel bans imposed on Nigerians by UAE authorities. This proactive approach aims to open Nigeria to the world, encouraging rapid capital investment recovery and growth.

Additionally, BoyLoaf has commended President Bola Tinubu for securing significant investment deals in India, including an $8 billion expansion of fertiliser production and petrochemical facilities in Rivers State by Indorama Petrochemical Limited. Jindal Steel and Power Limited, a major Indian steel producer, has committed to investing $3 billion in Nigeria’s iron ore and steel sectors.

Furthermore, President Tinubu’s personal intervention has led to an investment of $1.6 billion in twenty 100MW power generation plants across Northern Nigeria by SkipperSeil Limited. This initiative aims to add 2,000MW of new power capacity within the next four years.

The President has also endorsed a new $1 billion agreement to enhance the self-sufficiency of the Defence Industries Corporation of Nigeria (DICON) in local manufacturing and production of defense equipment by 2027, in partnership with the Managing Arm of the Military-Industrial Complex of the Indian Government.

Bharti Enterprises, a prominent Indian corporation with diverse interests, plans to invest an additional $700 million in Nigeria, with immediate action set to begin.

In the field of digital transformation, Nigeria’s Minister of Communication, Innovation, and Digital Economy, Dr Bosun Tijani, has signed MoUs with India for cooperation in sharing successful digital solutions and educational technology interventions at scale.

Furthermore, a third MoU on Infrastructure Development has been signed by the Trade and Investment Minister, Dr Doris Uzoka-Anite, between Infrastructure Corporation of Nigeria Limited (InfraCorp) and Invest India, highlighting opportunities for investment and development.

BoyLoaf has described these achievements during the India visit as a “landmark,” indicating the prosperous path President Bola Tinubu is steering the country towards.

Regarding security, BoyLoaf has lauded the ongoing improvements in security within the country, including the reduction of conflicts and violent crimes. He believes that the appointment of Nuhu Ribadu as National Security Adviser reflects the strategic decisions made by the present administration.

In his words, “Security has improved significantly in all regions, showcasing President Bola Tinubu’s choice of the best leaders for key positions in Nigeria.”

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