PHOTOS: Tinubu meets with Bank of America representatives



President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on Tuesday, met with representatives of the Bank of America.


The delegation was led by Bernard Mensah, the bank’s president of international.


Yvonne Ike Fasinro, head of Sub-Saharan Africa; and Chuba Ezenwa, head of investment banking Sub -Saharan Africa; were also part of the team.


While details of the engagement are yet to be disclosed, the meeting follows a streak of visits that Tinubu has entertained since he took over the leadership of the country at the federal level.


On Monday, the president received a delegation from the Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) in Abuja, where he reiterated his commitment to ensuring consistency in policy and a better business climate to attract investment.


Prior to this, Tinubu met with stakeholders in Nigeria’s oil and gas sector days after he authorised the removal of petrol subsidy.


On June 24, he also spoke at an interactive session with Nigerians in Paris, France.


The engagements with the private sector is said to be part of a grand plan to restore investors’ confidence to attract the needed investment to strengthen the nation’s weak currency.


Here are photos from the latest visit by the Bank of America’s team.

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  1. I am not supposed about the visit of Bank of America to President Tinubu. They wanto to strengthen and maintain dollarisation in Nigeria. Nigerians must know that America does not want Nigeria to progress, and he know that if he joins the BRICS, the dollar will fall considerably because of Nigeria huge purchasing power with the dollar in any markets . Nigeria must switch doing business with his partners in his local currency- Naira and no longer in dollar. Nigeria dependency on dollar deepened his economic woes. And if the switch fro dollars to naira, the country will gain lots of money for further investment for the generation unborn.. Naira is the legal tender in Nigeria and not dollars, and I am surprised when some banks operates dollar account in commercial bank. This is not legal. For prosperity and progress in Nigeria, there must be a shift from the US to rather China and Russia, they will be good partners to Nigeria on a win win game, unlike the U.S. and his NATO allies who are more interested in acquiring African mineral resources freely. Nigeria new administration must accelerate his BRICS membership, this is the best option for Nigeria to progress rapidly.


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