Saraki and Dogara visits President Buhari in London

Saraki and Dogara visits President Buhari in London

Saraki and Dogara visits President Buhari in London

Buhari, 74, has been away for more than 100 days in London but early Saturday, August 19, the presidency confirmed that he would return to the country.

In a short message during the return of the President at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, Osinbajo said he's extremely happy that the President has returned in good health.

As President Muhammadu Buhari returned to the country on Saturday, he seems to have hit the ground running as he held a meeting with the service chiefs on his arrival to the Aso Rock Villa.

Saraki said, "I thank Almighty Allah for bringing President Muhammadu Buhari back whole, hale and hearty".

The PDP's statement comes hours after the All Progressives Congress (APC), the president's party, welcomed him home.

Mr. Buhari will speak to Nigerians in a broadcast by 7 a.m. on Monday, Mr. Adesina said.

He left Nigeria on May 7, for the second round of his medical treatment in London.

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He was reacting to the enthusiasm displayed by Nigerians on the President's return.

Buhari's long absences have led some in Africa's most populous nation to call for his replacement and for the military to remind its personnel to remain loyal.

During his first medical leave, Buhari spoke on the phone with U.S. President Donald Trump and discussed combating terrorism, trade relations and other issues, according to aides.

Unlike that of London, the protest in Abuja last Tuesday became physical when pro-Buhari protesters clashed with the opposing group at a market.

Dozens of state officials were at the airport to receive the president.

Aliyu also cautioned leaders against taking the governed for granted, urging those in authority to always tell Nigerians the truth about the situation of their leaders at all times.

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