Michelle Obama, the first lady of the United State, is reportedly set to lead an American delegation coming for Nigeria’s presidential inauguration on May 29.
Other senior White House officials on the delegation are said to be Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry.
According to Nigeria’s ambassador to the United States, Ade Adefuye, who confirmed to PM News that he has been in consultations with the U.S. State Department on the matter, adding that President Goodluck Jonathan had extended an invitation to the U.S. government for President-elect, Gen. Buhari’s inauguration.
“Nigeria’s profile has been on the rise since after the election, with the concession by Jonathan and the smooth transition that is going on.
I have been told that there would be an unusually large American delegation that will attend the presidential inauguration on May 29,” he said.