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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has quickly made his mark on the international scene following a series of bold and unprecedented reforms at home. In September 2023, he seized the global stage with significant diplomatic engagements. In his busiest month since taking office, Tinubu attended the G20 Summit in India on Prime Minister Modi's invitation, held …

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President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has quickly made his mark on the international scene following a series of bold and unprecedented reforms at home. In September 2023, he seized the global stage with significant diplomatic engagements. In his busiest month since taking office, Tinubu attended the G20 Summit in India on Prime Minister Modi's invitation, held crucial meetings with UAE leaders on his return journey, and made a notable debut at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York. At the UN, President Tinubu delivered a powerful speech advocating for an equitable and mutually beneficial relationship between Africa and the world. He called for a modern equivalent of the Marshall Plan to address Africa's unique challenges, emphasizing the need for a committed partnership to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Throughout his engagements, Tinubu highlighted his administration's first four months' achievements, including ending a costly fuel subsidy regime and initiating an overhaul of the Central Bank of Nigeria. He underscored the importance of international cooperation in combating terrorism, cybercrimes, and other criminal activities. President Tinubu's administration has prioritized education and introduced new ministries to address contemporary challenges, such as the Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy and the Ministry for the Creative Economy. Additionally, he declared a national emergency on food security and restructured the Ministry of Agriculture accordingly. Regionally, as the Chairman of ECOWAS, Tinubu has shown a strong commitment to addressing military takeovers in West Africa. His diplomatic efforts aim to bring stability to the sub-region. Supported by …

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