Politics Presidency Counters Gov Okorocha on Buhari's Return to Nigeria

Politics Presidency Counters Gov Okorocha on Buhari's Return to Nigeria

It was not clear if the NSA was responsible for the governors who were picked for the trip.

The four governors are from the South-South, South-East, North-West and South-West respectively.

Buhari is also expected to provide exemplary and resourceful leadership by working closely with the other African leaders, the AU Commission and development partners to collectively fashion out common programs for a continental application of the anti-corruption theme in all member states of the union.

The governors are expected to have lunch with the President before returning to the country on Wednesday.

Mr. Buhari had on that July 23 met with the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and some governors elected on the party's platform.

In stark contrast to his first absence, when numerous photos of a notably skeletal leader were published, the presidency had released no images of Buhari during his current medical leave until now.

Nasarawa state governor, Alhaji Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, sighted at Heathrow airport, this evening has confirmed meeting with recuperating President Muhammadu Buhari in London today.

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The presidential aide said Buhari's acceptance of the nomination was contained in a letter of appreciation addressed to President of Guinea, Alpha Conde.

Governor Okorocha said President Buhari was completely unperturbed by the cocktail of lies.

"His date of return will be decided by that medical team". Others have anxious he may not be able to return to duty. "He must get a clean bill of health before he returns", the source added.

He said, "More meetings are coming; there will be broader ones".

He said that while the PDP "wish him (Buhari) well, and we want him to live", the party thinks that "it is pure contempt for Nigerians for a group of people, party leaders to just go and meet the president and come and show us pictures without saying anything either from them or from the president to Nigerians".

"We are in a democracy; it is their (plaintiffs') right".

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