Former Senator Shehu Sani Comments on US Delegation Attending Bola Tinubu’s Swearing-In Ceremony in Nigeria

Former Senator Shehu Sani Comments on US Delegation Attending Bola Tinubu’s Swearing-In Ceremony in Nigeria

…By Enitan Thompson for TDPel Media. Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani, expressed his thoughts on the announcement of the United States Presidential delegation attending the swearing-in ceremony of President-elect Bola Tinubu on May 29 in Abuja.

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The US delegation was revealed in a statement by US President Joe Biden, emphasizing their commitment to strengthening ties and maintaining diplomatic relations with Nigeria.

The presence of US officials at the inauguration highlights the significance the Biden administration places on bilateral cooperation and engagement with African nations.

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In a tweet from his verified Twitter account, Sani conveyed that President Biden’s decision to send a delegation for Tinubu’s swearing-in was a result of the diplomatic and business relations between the United States and Nigeria.

Sani emphasized that the message from the United States is that the ongoing dispute surrounding the 2023 presidential election primarily concerns Nigeria and not the United States.

Senator Shehu Sani’s tweet stated: “The US has diplomatic and business relations with Nigeria.

The US sending a delegation for the swearing-in of Asiwaju is in the spirit of that.

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Their message is that the contention about our election is more of our problem and not their problem.”

Through this statement, Sani highlighted the importance of the diplomatic and economic ties between the United States and Nigeria, emphasizing that the US delegation’s attendance at Tinubu’s swearing-in ceremony serves to strengthen those relationships.

Furthermore, Sani suggested that the United States sees the internal political struggles surrounding Nigeria’s upcoming election as a matter primarily concerning Nigeria itself, rather than a concern for the United States.

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About the Author:

Eni Thompson is a seasoned and experienced writer with over 18 years of experience in news compilation. With a special interest in transforming any occurrence into newsworthy content, Eni has honed his skills in providing comprehensive accounts of events that he has witnessed or heard. With a passion for journalism and a commitment to excellence, Eni has established himself as a reliable and respected writer in the field of news reporting. He lives in Sydney, Australia.

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