Dignitaries together with members of the corps diplomatique are already inward at the Eagle sq. for the inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term in workplace.
For sure, there’s water tight security round the venue of the inauguration. All entrances leading into the Federal Capital town, capital of Nigeria are closed prior the inauguration.
Recall that the Nigerian Army had on could four, raised the alarm that some parts together with foreign collaborators had planned to disrupt the swearing-in ceremony.
This development necessitated security meeting on the instance of the President at the presidential villa, Abuja, on Tuesday.
Already at the venue are the Governors of Edo and Kogi States, Godwin Obaseki and Yahaya Bello severally and a few of the outgoing ministers aboard members of the corps diplomatique.
Additionally at the venue are members of the National Assembly, the National operating Committee of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC and therefore the judiciary.
The Guard of Honour Parade comprising completely different formation, army, navy and therefore the air force and the Police are already amusing guests.
Inauguration : The Eagle sq. Security lock down capital of Nigeria for Buhari’s inauguration in the meantime, thanks to the inauguration motorists and travellers meaning to connect alternative elements of the country through capital of Nigeria are presently facing difficulty from each the Kaduna, Lokoja and Keffi entrant axis.
Security agents have mounted road checks inflicting traffic traffic jam that began as early as 6:00am in most a part of town.
Residents meaning to move from one a part of town to a different have additionally been control within the traffic for hours.
Guests living the fringes capital of Nigeria additionally invited to programme are caught within the long traffic.
Commuters annoyed within the traffic are packed by the road sides awaiting once things can subside.
President Buhari are sworn-in aboard his vice, faculty member Yemi Osinbajo by the acting magistrate of Nigeria (CJN) Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed.