- Vice president Yemi Osinbajo departed Nigeria for London, the United Kingdom on Saturday, September 17
- Yemi Osinbajo arrived in London in time for the late Queen Elizabeth's funeral scheduled to take place on Monday, September 19
- The vice president would also use the opportunity of his time in London to attend some events in the United Kingdom
Nigeria's vice president, Yemi Osinbanjo, on Saturday, September 17, arrived in London to join many world leaders present to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II.
The vice president is expected to represent Nigeria and President Muhammadu Buhari at the funeral of the late Queen.
Vanguard reports that Osinbaho is in London to attend a number of events on Sunday and Monday, including the State funeral for Queen Elizabeth.
He is also expected to hold a bilateral meeting with the United Kingdom foreign secretary, James Cleverly, before his return to Nigeria after Monday’s state funeral.
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The late Queen who reigned for seven decades as the longest-serving monarch will be laid to rest on Monday, September 19.
US special envoy John Kerry showers special encomium on Osinbajo, reveals why he admires VP
The United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry described Nigeria's vice president as a terrific person.
John Kerry also commended the Nigerian government for the efforts being made across the country to step up the use of renewable energy.
According to the US Envoy, the technology of renewables keeps improving daily as batteries are already in production.
From Italy to Canada now USA, Peter Obi set to interface with Nigerians in Washington DC
Obi arrived in Washington alongside Professor Pat Utomi, Valentine Ozigbo and several other of his associates.
According to Obi who made the arrival announcement on Twitter, he expects to have fruitful deliberation with Nigerians in Washington D.C.