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After the UNGA, Tinubu goes back to Abuja for a week

One week after attending the UNGA’s 78th sessionUNGA’s 78th session in New York, United States, President Bola Tinubu has returned to Abuja, the capital of Nigeria

The 78th UNGA meeting took place from September 18 to September 26

In one of the meetings, Tinubu raised worries about the increasing instability in Africa and foreign exploitation of the continent, and he urged other countries to propose solutions that would benefit both. It was his first time attending the UNGA as president of Nigeria

Tinubu rang the closing bell at the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) after giving the national statement and participating in a number of sessions held in conjunction with the international assembly

Despite the absence of an official statement, some stories said that the president traveled from New York to Paris, France, for a brief vacation

In case Tinubu doesn’t address the rising cost of living, labor unions have threatened to start an indefinite strike as of October 3rd

The president’s presence also coincides with Nigeria’s 63rd anniversary of independence on October 1

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