On May 29, Bola Tinubu was inaugurated as the 16th president of Nigeria, and he invited more than 65 foreign officials, including heads of state, to attend. Continue Full Reading>>>
any foreign dignitaries, including former presidents, heads of international organizations, diplomats, and notable Nigerians, will be in attendance for his eighth handover ceremony. Continue Full Reading>>>
On Thursday, Mr. Tinubu and Mr. kashim Shettima will be sworn in as the new Commander-in-Chief of the Order of the Federal Republic and Commander-in-Chief of the Order of the Niger, respectively, marking the official beginning of his inauguration.
Thursday, the head of the foreign ministry announced that several African leaders have indicated interest in attending the inaugural celebration in Abuja’s Eagle Square.
“We expect the ceremony to be attended by more than 65 international leaders from Africa, Europe, and the Americas,” said the bureau chief, who asked to remain anonymous because he is not authorized to comment on the topic. The majority of Africa’s 54 nations have been extended invitations to the swearing-in ceremony.
Delegates from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, China, Germany, Finland, Jamaica, Japan, Israel, and Turkey are all present at this high-profile event. My intention is to take part. a little bit more.
The government secretary of the federation, Boss Mustafa, informed reporters in Abuja on Thursday as the transition to the new administration got underway.
Meanwhile, the presidential petitions court is still debating the election victory of People’s Democratic Party nominee Atiku Abubakar and Labor Party candidate Peter Obi as the former governor of Lagos prepares to take the oath of office.
Mr. Atiku’s petition hearing was originally scheduled on Thursday, but was continued until today (Friday) so that the PEPC may hold a pretrial conference to discuss the pending petitions from the defendants. The commission, headed by Justice Harna Tsamani, stated that the court would decide on issues such as the number of witnesses allowed for each side, how much time each witness would be given to testify, and how much time would be set aside for cross-examination.
He asked them to come up with a mutually acceptable alternative. The court delayed ruling on Obi’s petition until today because the parties failed to coordinate briefing materials.
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