- President Muhammadu Buhari, arrived in Lagos on Thursday to inaugurate the 12th Nigerian Navy Games as well as its new Sports Complex
- The presidency made this disclosure through a tweet posted on Twitter on Thursday morning, September 8
- Meanwhile, a viral video has shown President Buhari's stylish look for the annual event accompanied by the state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu
On Thursday, September 8, President Muhammadu Buhari arrived in Lagos state for the 12th Nigerian Navy Games, LAGOS 2022.
Declaring open the event, the president was spotted stepping out in a casual sportswear outfit.
He was captured as he descended from the podium after making a speech alongside his aides as he exchanged pleasantries with Navy officers at the event.
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Watch the short video below:
Buhari's aide confirms the development
To further confirm the development, Buhari Sallau, an aide to the president also shared a video of President Buhari as he greets Vice Admiral A Aduwo (Rtd) (Chief of Naval Staff 1980–1983) and Vice Admiral J Ayinla (Rtd) (CNS 1998–1999), at the Nigerian Navy Sports Complex, #NavyTown, Ojo, Lagos.
"Generals. Major General M Buhari (Rtd) greets Vice Admiral A Aduwo (Rtd) (Chief of Naval Staff 1980–1983) and Vice Admiral J Ayinla (Rtd) (CNS 1998–1999), at the Nigerian Navy Sports Complex, #NavyTown, Ojo,
"Lagos. Sept 8, 2022.
Photos emerge as Buhari visits Borno state, commissions new projects, commends Zulum for remarkable work
Earlier, President Buhari on Thursday, December 23, paid an official visit to Borno, to commission a number of infrastructure projects by the state government, in addition to a noteworthy philanthropic intervention by Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi.
Buhari also paid a courtesy call on the Shehu of Borno, Dr. Abubakar Ibn Umar Garbai El Kanemi.
Governor Zulum and the Shehu of Borno both happily noted that the people of Borno state are enjoying the gradual return of peace to their State, which has enabled many to return to their homes, farms, and communities.