The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, has warned the opposition that the President-elect, Bola Tinubu’s inauguration will take place on May 29 irrespective of their grievances.
The king issued the warning on Wednesday in Abuja during a roundtable discussion with traditional and religious leaders.
Everyone should be aware that, whether they like it or not, a new administration will take office on May 29.
according to a news outlet in Nigeria He then urged the populace to pray that the new administration will successfully run the nation's affairs.
The World Bank arranged the seminar to devise a strategy for boosting the country's human capital development, particularly the education of girls.
The Sultan remarked, "There must be change since a new administration will be installed within the next few days or weeks. What can we do to help that government become stable?
"Whether someone likes it or not, a new government is coming on May 29. Since we believe in the Almighty, we believe in God who gives and takes, the only thing we can do is pray.
"So what after that? What can we do to support national progress and government stabilization?
He continued by saying that it is a chance for traditional and religious leaders to collaborate for the benefit of the nation.
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