President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, October 9, met with his former ministers who served in his military administration in State House.
Before becoming Nigeria's democratic president in 2015, Buhari had served as Nigeria’s military head of state from 1984–85.
The president had also served as a minister for petroleum resources during the military administration of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Both President Buhari and Obasanjo are the only two Nigerian leaders who ruled the country under military and democratic administrations.
Sharing the pictures of the president and his former ministers on Twitter, Bashir Ahmad, presidential aide on social media, described the 'reunion' as "a refreshing time of going down memory lane".
President Buhari, 76, never ceases to connect with his former colleagues whenever such opportunities arise.
In March, the president, as part of the celebrations of his successful re-election, received in a courtesy visit his classmates in the 1953 set of Katsina Middle School in Daura, Katsina.
Buhari had travelled to Daura to cast vote for the governorship and state House of Assembly elections.
In a similar move about four years ago, President Buhari during his visit to the United States, met with some of his former colleagues from the US War College at the Blair House in Washington DC.
The president graduated from the United States Army War College, Pennsylvania Class of 1980 where he obtained a masters degree in Strategic Studies.
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