This, he said, was sequel to the coming into being of the Petroleum Industry Act, 2021.
The speaker said this in his reaction on Monday, after President Muhammadu Buhari assented to the Petroleum Industry Bill, which has become an Act of the National Assembly.
Gbajabiamila noted that the coming into being of the law was a victory for Nigerians and a landmark achievement that ended the two-decade-long journey of the PIB.
He said when massive investments come in as a result of the PIA, a lot of Nigerians will gain employment.
He expressed optimism that with the coming on board of the PIA, Nigerians would also benefit from reduced fuel prices as there would be competition among the industry players.
He praised the determination of the 9th Assembly that saw the Act become a success and commended the synergy between the Executive and Legislative Arms of Government that won the victory for Nigerians.
“As I said before, this is a landmark achievement. It has been 20 years in coming.
“This 9th Assembly will be recorded on the right side of history for this big score,” he stated.
Gbajabiamila added that the oil and gas industry could only fare better with the Act, while calling on investors to take full advantage of the opportunities that the new law provided.