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FG Declares May 30th, 2016 Public Holiday To Celebrate Democracy Day

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May 30 has been declared a public holiday by the Federal Government of Nigeria 
The declaration was made in Abuja on Wednesday, May 25.
The FG has promised that Nigeria will face a new era with the implementation of 2016 appropriation act In celebration of the 2016 Democracy Day, the FG has declared Monday, May 30 as public holiday.
NAN reports that the minister of interior, Retired Lt-Gen Abdulrahman Dambazau made the declaration on behalf of the FG on Wednesday in Abuja. A statement signed by the permanent secretary in the Ministry, Mr Bassey Akpanyung, quoted the minister as wishing Nigerians happy democracy day celebration. He assured Nigerians that with the signing into law of the 2016 Appropriation Act, the country would witness a “New Deal” with its full implementation.

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