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Nigerian Government speaks about public holidays on May 29, June 12

Nigerian Government speaks on May 29, June 12 public holidays

The Federal Government of Nigeria has said that both May 29 and June 12 would be seen as Public Holidays. Pastor of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed made this at a world question and answered session in Abuja on Monday when inquired as to whether May 29 will, in any case, hold its status as Public Holiday.

The Minister additionally said that exercises prompting the introduction of President Muhammadu Buhari formally commences today, May 20 with the question and answer session.

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“On the issue of Public Holiday, I trust that May 29 is Public Holiday. June 12, you can see the National Assembly. The National Assembly has likewise announced it a social occasion.”

As per the Minister, the official beginning of the new Democracy Day in 2019 was in satisfaction of President Buhari’s affirmation in 2018.

He included, “Exercises prompting the introduction of Mr. President authoritatively kick off today with this media meeting and will be pursued on Tuesday by the beginning of a three-day National Youth Entrepreneurship Empowerment Summit.”