New leader of Muscogee Nation to deliver first State of the Nation

Muscogee Nation Principal Chief James Floyd, fourth from right, with family members after his inauguration on January 4, 2016. Photo from Facebook

James Floyd, the new leader of the Muscogee Nation of Oklahoma, will deliver the State of the Nation address on Saturday.

Floyd won election as principal chief last November and was sworn into office on January 4. He has vowed to focus on improving health care and other services along with bringing more accountability to the tribal government.

The speech takes place at 10am at the Mound Building Auditorium in Okmulgee.

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