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Buhari, Tinubu, Osinbajo, and Shettima Arrive at Eagle Square for May 29 Inauguration


Global Leaders and Dignitaries to Attend Inauguration with Over 22 Heads of States Expected

The stage is set for the highly anticipated inauguration ceremony at the Eagle Square in Abuja, as all necessary preparations have been made to ensure a smooth and successful event. Among the notable attendees are the key figures who will play significant roles in the ceremony.

Taking their respective seats at the venue are President Muhammadu Buhari and the First Lady, who are the outgoing leaders of Nigeria. Accompanying them are Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and his wife, adding to the dignified presence at the event.

Seated ahead of the current President and Vice President are the incoming leaders, President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his Vice President-elect, Kashim Shettima. Their prominent positions symbolize the transition of power and the beginning of a new era for Nigeria.

Also in attendance is the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, who plays a crucial role in the coordination of government affairs.

The significance of the event is further highlighted by the expected presence of approximately 22 heads of state from different countries. Their attendance underscores the importance of Nigeria’s democratic process and the peaceful transfer of power. Additionally, members of the diplomatic corps and Legislators of the Federation are also expected to grace the occasion with their presence, adding to the distinguished gathering.

The collective presence of these esteemed individuals reflects the international recognition and support for Nigeria’s democratic system. It demonstrates the strong bonds and collaborations between Nigeria and other nations, highlighting the significance of the inauguration ceremony on a global scale.

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As the ceremony unfolds, it promises to be a momentous occasion filled with symbolism, hope, and aspirations for the future of Nigeria. The presence of world leaders and influential personalities further emphasizes the importance of this event, as it marks a significant milestone in the nation’s history.