Again, Buhari Departs To London To Continue Medicals

He has only spent 57 days in Nigeria since his last trip to London for medicals.

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Sunday night, departed to London for follow-up on his medical consultation with his doctors.This was disclosed by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, in a statement Sunday.

“He had planned to leave Sunday afternoon, but decided to tarry a bit, due to the arrival of 82 Chibok girls who arrived Abuja earlier in the day,” Adesina said.

“The President wishes to assure all Nigerians that there is no cause for worry. He is very grateful for the prayers and good wishes of the people, and hopes they would continue to pray for the peace and unity of the nation.

“The length of the President’s stay in London will be determined by the doctors. Government will continue to function normally under the able leadership of the Vice President.

“President Buhari has transmitted letters about the trip to the Senate and the House of Representatives, in compliance with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution.”

He has only spent 57 days in Nigeria since his last trip to London for medicals.

President Muhammadu Buhari, on Sunday night, departed to London for follow-up on his medical consultation with his doctors.This was disclosed by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, in a statement Sunday.

“He had planned to leave Sunday afternoon, but decided to tarry a bit, due to the arrival of 82 Chibok girls who arrived Abuja earlier in the day,” Adesina said.

“The President wishes to assure all Nigerians that there is no cause for worry. He is very grateful for the prayers and good wishes of the people, and hopes they would continue to pray for the peace and unity of the nation.

“The length of the President’s stay in London will be determined by the doctors. Government will continue to function normally under the able leadership of the Vice President.

“President Buhari has transmitted letters about the trip to the Senate and the House of Representatives, in compliance with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution.”

He has only spent 57 days in Nigeria since his last trip to London for medicals.


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