Joe Biden, the leader of the United States, has announced the people who will represent America at the ceremony where Asiwaju Bola Tinubu becomes the new president on May 29th.
Important people from around the world, including rulers of countries, are being asked to come to Eagle Square in Abuja to celebrate the inauguration of Nigeria’s 16th President, who used to be governor of Lagos State.
Former leaders, people who work with other countries, and representatives from other governments and groups will also be coming to the event.
On Monday night, Biden said on the White House website that a group of nine people would go to the inauguration.
Marcia L will lead a group of people from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Sweet candy made from sugar, butter, and milk.
The people who work for the president, including a person named Mr. David Greene is currently the temporary leader of the United States Embassy. The Commerce Department; a person called General Michael E. Langley is a leader in the American military. Africa Command is an organization that deals with military operations in Africa. Honorable Enoh T. is a person who holds a position of importance in relation to Africa Command. Ebong is a person who is working as a director in the United States. Agency that helps with trade and development.
One of the people is Honorable Mary Catherine Phee. She helps with African affairs for the U. S government The Department of State has two important people who work with Africa. Their names are Honorable Judd Devermont and Honorable Monde Muyangwa. They help the President and the National Security Council with African affairs. They also help the U. S Bureau for Africa. The Agency for International Development helps people in other countries by providing assistance and resources.
Ex-president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, will give a talk called ‘Making Democracy Stronger for Working Together and Progress’ on May 27th for the inauguration celebration.
On Thursday, Tinubu will get a big award called the Grand Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic. The Vice-President-elect, Kashim Shettima, will also get an award called Grand Commander of Order of the Niger from outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari.