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FG Issues Directive To Nigerians Over Queen Elizabeth’s Death

The President Muhammadu Buhari-led authorities has directed that the nation’s flags throughout states and Nigerian Missions overseas must be flown at half-mast to mourn the passing away of England’s Queen Elizabeth II.
SapaTV stories that the directive was contained in an announcement signed and handed right down to newsmen on Friday night time by Minister of Inside, Rauf Aregbesola.

The minister famous within the assertion that the half-mast show of the nation’s flag will run via September 11 and 12, 2022.
Additionally, Aregbesola famous that the federal authorities would signal a condolence register on Saturday on the residence of the British Excessive Commissioner in Abuja.
The assertion learn: In honour of Queen Elizabeth II, the Sovereign of the UK, Chairman of the Commonwealth and an eminent world persona; whose passage to eternity was introduced yesterday, the Ministry of Inside of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, declares that each one flags in Nigeria and our missions overseas be flown at half-mast on Sunday, September 11,2022 and Monday, September 12, 2022.

We commiserate with the federal government and other people of the UK and all of the affected individuals of the Commonwealth and the world.
SapaTV stories that the directive was confirmed once more in a separate assertion by the Director of Info, Workplace of the Secretary to the Authorities of Nigeria, Willie Bassey,who famous that the condolence register can be signed tomorrow in Abuja.

Nigerian comic and skit maker, Abdulgafar Ahmad, popularly referred to as Cute Abiola, shocked followers on Friday as he mourned the dying of Queen Elizabeth II.
SapaTV stories that Cute Abiola took to his Instagram web page to share a photograph of himself signing the condolence register of the late British monarch.
That is coming amidst the worldwide reactions and tribute to the 96-year-old long-serving monarch following her demise on Thursday.
The comic could be making a joke in regards to the submit however this isn’t the primary time Nigerians have considerably created humorous memes in regards to the dying of England’s Queen.

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