Sallah homage goes back to Nigeria’s State House

Sallah homage goes back to Nigeria’s State House

The traditional Sallah homage to Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, by inhabitants of the Federal Capital Territory in the nation’s capital, Abuja, has been set to return to the Aso Rock Villa on Sallah day, two years after the world’s largest lockdown to limit the spread of coronavirus.

Those attending on invitation are still obliged to wear face masks and take the linear Covid-19 test at the State House Conference Centre to acquire a negative test result as a condition of admission to the event, despite the fact that infection rates have dropped to their lowest levels.

President Muhammadu Buhari will greet the visitors, who are expected to number in the hundreds, at the New State House Banquet Hall at 3:00 p.m. on Sallah Day (Sunday or Monday), which will be determined by a moon sighting announced by Islamic authorities in the country.

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation and the Head of Service, Senators and House members from the territory, leadership of the FCT Judiciary, Members of the Cabinet, Service Chiefs and heads of security agencies, Muslim and Christian leaderships in the FCT, Council Chairmen, Traditional Rulers, and others who received invitations as listed are among the invited guests for the event, led by Muhammed Musa Bello, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

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