Nigeria’s President Bola Tinubu has emerged as the new Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), following a unanimous decision reached during the organisation’s 63rd Ordinary Session of the Authority of Heads of State and Government in Bissau, the capital of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau, on Sunday.
In his new role as ECOWAS Chairman, President Tinubu assumes a crucial responsibility, leading the member-states of ECOWAS towards economic progress, political stability, and enhanced regional cooperation.
With his extensive experience and astute leadership, Tinubu is poised to drive positive change across West Africa.
At the forefront of his agenda, President Tinubu aims to foster collaboration between member states, regional institutions, and international partners to implement initiatives that promote economic growth, bolster regional trade integration, and facilitate social development.
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By harnessing the collective potential of ECOWAS, Tinubu envisions a West Africa that thrives on robust economic opportunities and shared prosperity.
Furthermore, the newly appointed chairman will prioritize strengthening ECOWAS’ collective response to security threats.
In this capacity, Tinubu seeks to forge closer cooperation among member states, enabling them to address regional challenges in a united and effective manner.
By enhancing regional security measures, Tinubu endeavors to create an environment that fosters peace, stability, and sustainable growth across West Africa.