- President Buhari is fully participating in the ongoing Future Investment Initiative conference in Saudi Arabia
- Presidential spokesman Femi Adesina shared some pictures of the president as he participated in a plenary session alongside other world leaders
- Buhari had left Nigeria for Saudi Arabia on Monday, October 28, for the important summit which will be ending on Thursday, October 31
As part of his efforts to reposition Nigeria as the number one destination for foreign investment in Africa, President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday, October 29, participated in a session of the Future Investment Initiative in Saudi Arabia.
President Buhari had left Nigeria for Saudi Arabia on Monday, October 28, for the important summit.
Legit.ng gathered that the three-day summit will be ending on Thursday, October 31.
As the summit continues, presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, shared some pictures of the president as he participates in the conference.
The president, in one of the pictures, was seen sitting down with Dr Mahamud Bawumia, the vice president of the Republic of Ghana.
After the Saudi summit, President Buhari will be travelling to London for a private visit which will last for about two weeks, according to a statement earlier released by the presidency.
Details of the president's visit to the UK were not released yet and it is not immediately clear if he will hand over to vice president Yemi Osinbajo to serve in an acting capacity.
President Buhari and private visits
President Buhari's consistent visits to London since he assumed presidency has always been met with criticisms from Nigerians who believe the president should seek local medical care instead of going to a foreign country for what is now being popularly referred to as medical tourism.
Legit.ng highlights the number of times the president has embarked on private visits to the UK since 2016.
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