France President, Emmanuel Macron, who is in Mauritania capital Nouakchott to attend an African Union summit which held yesterday, will go on to Nigeria’s capital Abuja for talks with President Muhammadu Buhari on security and terrorism, before coming to Lagos.
The Lagos State Government yesterday in preparation for his coming, said there would be traffic diversion and restricted movement from 12 noon to 12 midnight on July 3, around Alausa, African Shrine and Agidingbi axis in Ikeja.
Macron is expected to be hosted by the state government at the African Shrine on Tuesday.
He would also be attending the opening of the French Cultural Centre and the African Business Forum.
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