Tantita Celebrates Tinubu on One Year in Office

Tantita Celebrates Tinubu on One Year in Office | Daily Report Nigeria

The management of Tantita Security Services Limited has extended congratulations to President Bola Tinubu as he marks one year in office.

Tantita, in a statement by its Chairman, High Chief (Dr.) Government Ekpemupolo, described Tinubu as a “stategist and performer” in action.

The foremost freedom fighter expressed delight in being given the privilege to contribute towards the progress of the incumbent administration led by President Tinubu.

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The statement reads below;

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The Strategist and Performer

Congrats, Mr. President On hitting the one-year mark

The Chairman, Management, and Staff of Tantita Security Services Nigeria Limited congratulate and celebrate with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, GCFR, the lyelawei of Gbaramatu Kingdom, on your one year in office as the President and Commander-in- Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic Nigeria

We feel honored to be associated with you, in your determination to reposition Nigeria for healthy economic growth and prosperity with your Renewed Hope Agenda.

Mr. President Sir, well- meaning Nigerians and foreign investors appreciate your resolute effort to lay a foundation for a modern Nigeria. We confidently stand with you in this vision to make Nigeria prodigious again.

Once again, Congratulations, Mr. President.


High Chief Dr. Government Oweizide Ekpemupolo, alias Tompolo The Ibe-Ebidouwel of ljaw Nation, and Chairman, Tantita Security Services Nigeria limited.

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