President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, May 24, observed the Juma’at prayers at the National Mosque.
The special prayer service is part of the activities lined up for the president's inauguration for second term.
It should be noted that Buhari would be sworn in for his second term administration on Wednesday, May 29, at the Eagle Square Abuja.
It would be recalled that president had stopped observing Juma'at prayers at the National Mosque some years back.
The president said the reason why he stopped observing prayers at the mosque was because he felt presidential movement around the area would cause people so much inconvenience.
The president has been observing the weekly Juma’at prayers at the Presidential Villa Mosque.
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Meanwhile, minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed, had disclosed that President Buhari’s inauguration for a second term on May 29, will be a low-key affair.
The minister who disclosed this when he addressed State House correspondents said the decision to have a low-key inauguration for the president was taken at the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday, May 8.
According to him, some events slated for the inauguration will now be held during the first observance of June 12 as the National Democracy Day for Nigeria.
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