After Over 100 Days of Medical Leave in London, Buhari Returns

After Over 100 Days of Medical Leave in London, Buhari Returns

After Over 100 Days of Medical Leave in London, Buhari Returns

Speaking on Arise News Channel, a THISDAY sister station, the president's Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said Buhari was expected home saturday.

"He contested nearly four times before he won and I presumed that he has his target and should not be stampeded; people should not tell him what to do because he knows why he contested".

"Once the President has transferred powers, if you are the Inspector-General of Police and the Acting President says go and do ABC, you are fired if you don't do it".

Many Nigerians trooped out of the major road leading to the Presidential Palace to catch a glimpse of their beloved leader.

Numerous country's leaders, as well as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, visited Buhari at his Abuja House residence in London.

"Nigeria is going to recover".

"Our country is on the right path", Osinbajo said, adding that "we are going to make it as a nation".

"The Party also thanks the Vice President, His Excellency Prof".

"This indeed is going to be the beginning of greater things to come in the history of our beloved country".

"We are happy that he is alive".

"Those who played God in their mockery of the president's ill health should humbly apologise to Nigerians for heating up the polity without justification, " Israel said.

"We should not play politics with everything". That is how it is supposed to be.

His doctors are anxious that this swift political action may not be so well with his health as he is yet to be certified fit to return to work. "So, irrespective of what is going on out there, one is happy to be here".

The president's arrival comes after he spent 105 days on a medical vacation in London.

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