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BREAKING: President Tinubu confident of peaceful, secure West Africa

President Bola Tinubu says he is confident of the possibility of lasting peace, security and prosperity in the West African region.

He made this expression at the extraordinary session of the Authority of Heads of States and Government on the Political, Peace and Security in the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, region in Abuja, on Saturday.

According to him, the complexities of the issues facing the body necessitated a comprehensive and collaborative approach.

He emphasized the importance of engaging in constructive dialogue, prudent judgment and unity toward sustainable peace, security and political stability in the region.

”I am confident that through our collective efforts and determination, we will navigate the challenges before us and chart a course toward a more peaceful, secure, and prosperous West Africa.

”Your presence today demonstrated your unflinching commitment to the sustenance of regional integration with all its ingredients for the promotion of good governance, peace, security, stability and socio-economic development.

”Once more, we are gathered here to address pressing developments in our sub-region surrounding peace and security as well as the political situations in the Republics of Niger, Burkina Faso, Guinea, and Mali.

”We must approach these issues with a sense of unity and commitment to the well-being of our people,” he said.

The President said the challenges warrant concerted efforts and a deep sense of history to ensure the spirit of shared vision, solidarity and collective responsibilities.

Tinubu added that in spite of the region’s challenges, he was buoyed by the spirit of collective resolve that defined the ECOWAS community.

”In the course of this summit, therefore, we will receive a Memorandum from the ECOWAS Commission President on the peace, security and political situation in the region.

”The memorandum will give us an update on the current situation in the Republics of Burkina Faso, Guinea, Mali and Niger.

”Our decisions must be guided by our commitment to safeguarding the constitutional order, upholding democratic principles, and promoting the social and economic well-being of the citizens of the aforementioned countries,” he said.

He, therefore, called for constructive deliberations to examine the actions taken by these countries and ensure that the citizens were not denied the benefits derived from regional integration initiatives.….CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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