DEMOCRACY DAY: May 29 Will No Longer Be A Public Holiday As Buhari Signs June 12 Bill Into Law

Buhari has signed into the law the Public Holiday (Amendment) Bill, according to his National Assembly Liaison Officer, Senator Ita Enang.

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the June 12th bill into law.

Buhari assented to the Public Holiday Amendment Act, declaring June 12 of every year a public holiday and Democracy Day.

President Buhari’s Special Assistant on National Assembly matters, Senator Ita Enang, told state house correspondents that with the assent to the amendment, May 29th will no longer be a public holiday.

May 29 will only be marked as a handover/inauguration of new governments in the country.

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