Here are the 10 facts to know about the inauguration of President-Elect Bola Tinubu.
1. Presidential powers would be transferred from President Buhari to Tinubu.
2. Tinubu would be sworn in as the 16th President of Nigeria.
3. This would be the first time a senator becomes the president, with his wife also being a senator, and the vice president also being a senator.
4. May 29th is declared a public holiday.
5. World leaders would attend the inauguration, and it would be televised live by local and international news mediums
6. The inauguration ceremony would take place at the Eagle Square in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria.
7. Thousands of Nigerians are expected to attend the ceremony.
8. Tinubu has outlined a comprehensive agenda for his administration, focusing on key sectors such as the economy, security, infrastructure, education, and healthcare.
9. The inauguration ceremony would include cultural performances showcasing Nigeria’s heritage and diversity.
10. Tinubu’s inauguration symbolizes a peaceful transfer of power and highlights Nigeria’s democratic values.