I’m honoured to lead Biden’s delegation to Tinubu’s inauguration, says US home secretary
Marcia Fudge, US secretary of the department of housing and
urban development, says she’s honoured to lead the US delegation to the
inauguration ceremony of Bola Tinubu, Nigeria’s president-elect.
Fudge was appointed as the head of a nine-member delegation
by US President Joe Biden, to attend the May 29 inauguration.
“I am honored to lead the presidential delegation to Nigeria
to attend the inauguration of His Excellency Bola Ahmed Tinubu,” the delegation
lead said in a tweet on Wednesday.
I am honored to lead the Presidential Delegation to Nigeria to attend the Inauguration of His Excellency Bola Ahmed Tinubu. https://t.co/b3qNBV5qEl
— Secretary Marcia L. Fudge (@SecFudge) May 24, 2023
Other members of the US delegation to Nigeria are as follows:
David Greene, chargé d’affaires, a.i., U.S. embassy Abuja.
Sydney Kamlager-Dove, United States Rep (D), California.
Marisa Lago, under secretary of commerce for international
trade, US department of commerce.
Michael E. Langley, commander of US Africa command.
Enoh T. Ebong, director, US trade and development agency.
Mary Catherine Phee, assistant secretary of state for the
bureau of African Affairs, US department of state.
Judd Devermont, special assistant to the president and
senior director for African affairs, national security council.
Monde Muyangwa, assistant administrator for the bureau for
Africa, US Agency for International Development (USAID).
Tinubu’s emergence as president-elect is being challenged at
the election petition tribunal by Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic
Party (PDP) and Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) who polled second and third
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