BREAKING: President Tinubu Honoured At AU Meeting In Kenya

BREAKING: President Tinubu Honoured At AU Meeting In Kenya

  • President Bola Tinubu was, on Sunday, honoured with a standing ovation on his arrival at the African Union 5th Mid-year Coordination meeting in Nairobi
  • The Nigerian President, who was elected as the chairman of ECOWAS last week, was welcomed with a standing ovation
  • President Tinubu on Saturday travelled to Kenya to attend the African Union (AU) 5th Mid-year Coordination meeting

President Bola Tinubu has been honoured with a standing ovation on his entry to the venue of the ongoing African Union (AU) 5th Mid-year Coordination meeting in Nairobi, Kenya.

In a video shared on Twitter by NTA, everyone at the gathering was seen to have been on their feet as the Nigerian President arrived at the United Nations complex in Nairobi.

President Bola Tinubu/APC/Kenya/Presidency
Bola Tinubu Honoured in Kenya Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Source: Twitter

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The president is participating in the fifth mid-year coordination meeting (5thMYCM) of the African Union (AU). He will also be at the Regional Mechanisms (RMs), the African Union Member States, and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs).

Tinubu was elected chairman of the Economic Community of West African States last week. On Sunday, July 16, the President joined Heads of State and Government, Foreign Ministers of the AU Member-States.

Those at the AU meeting with President Tinubu

Also participating at the meeting were high-level dignitaries from the African continent.

At the meeting, the ECOWAS chairperson is expected to present a report on the regional integration of ECOWAS and highlight the actions that were carried out during the period under review.

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Member-states, private sectors and other stakeholders will be integrated through trade, free movement of persons, infrastructural development, security, investment promotion, stability and peace.

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Ministerial List: Tinubu using DSS, EFCC to reject nominees, sources reveal reported that President Bola Tinubu is strategically working to knock out some former governors, APC bigwigs, traditional rulers and others jostling for ministerial slots under his administration.

Sources closer to the development disclosed that the outcome of the DSS and EFCC screening of the names of individuals that were forwarded to the two agencies would determine who would be nominated as ministers.

According to the sources, rather than Tinubu out-rightly rejecting names of nominees for the ministerial slot, he was forwarding them to the EFCC and DSS for screening.


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