- Details have shown that President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived in Seoul, South Korea's capital city
- The president is in the country for 'The Future of Vaccine and Bio-Health' world summit scheduled to take place between October 25 and 26
- The world summit, Legit.ng gathered has been organised by the World Health Organisation to discuss the future of vaccines and bio-health across the globe
President Muhammadu Buhari arrived in Seoul, South Korea ahead of the First World Bio Summit in the East Asian country.
The two-day Summit which would be taking place between October 25-26 is themed, 'The Future of Vaccine and Bio-Health'.
A presidential aide, Bashir Ahmad, in a tweet on Sunday, October 23, had earlier stated that the president departed Abuja to Seoul, South Korea for the summit.
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"President @MBuhari has departed Abuja for Seoul, South Korea to participate in the 1st World Bio Summit, jointly organized by the Government of the Republic of Korea and WHO, the two-day Summit which has the theme: ‘The Future of Vaccine and Bio-Health, will hold from Oct. 25-26."
Buhari's possible return to Nigeria
Although the event is slated to end on Wednesday, October 26, Ahmad, however, did not state when President Muhammadu Buhari is due to return back to Nigeria.
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