- President Muhammadu Buhari will be travelling later today, to the United Kingdom after a 3-day trip to South Korea, the Nigerian presidency confirmed
- A statement by his spokesperson, Femi Adesina, on Monday, said Buhari is scheduled to depart Abuja, for a medical checkup in London
- President Buhari who will be proceeding to the UK later today is expected to return to Nigeria in the second week of November
President Muhammadu Buhari will later on Monday, October 31st, depart Abuja for a “routine” medical checkup in London, United Kingdom (UK).
Meanwhile, the president is expected back in the country in the second week of November, Adesina further disclosed.
Nigerians took to the Facebook page of Legit.ng and reacted bto the development.
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Marshal Essang wrote:
"I will defend the country till you are back Mr. Traveller sir."
Effiong Ifiokabasi said:
"Safe journey my president. Before you come back dollar go enter 1k."
Paul Obogo urged:
"He should stay there till may 29th, 2023."
China Chima stated:
"The man Don run away because of Abuja wahala one Nigeria."
Akharame Austine Ohiorenua queried:
"Just imagine, what type of President leaves his country when there is this huge security threat?
"This can not happen anywhere else in the world."
Big Mami Yoyet asked:
"Pls can u stay there till after the elections my son?
Buhari returns to Nigeria, photos show what president did before departing South Korea
The president spent about three days in Seoul where the summit themed The Future of Vaccine and Bio-Health.
Jointly organized by the Government of the Republic of Korea and the World Health Organisation (WHO), the conference brought together leaders of nations and CEOs of global vaccine and Biologics companies who shared and shaped ideas on the given theme.
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Nigerian citizens should get ready for the unveiling and commencement of the national carrier, Nigeria Air.
This was the promise of President Muhammadu Buhari during the 3rd Ministerial Performance Review Retreat held in Abuja.
At the retreat, the Nigerian leader disclosed that the national carrier for the country is at 91% completion.