There was confusion, on Friday, when one of President Muhammadu Buhari’s associate aid said President Mohammed Buhari had gotten back to Abuja. Bashir Ahmad, an individual assistant said.
Bashir Ahmad, a personal helper of Buhari, left many shocked and dragged reactions when he tweeted that the president, who went for a national summit in Kenya, was back in the country.
Buhari was expected to continue to the United Kingdom for a fourteen day clinical examination after the Kenya summit.
Femi Adesina, Buhari’s spokes representative, had reported the clinical excursion in a Publicity issued before president buhari departed to Kenya.
“From Kenya, President Buhari will continue to London for routine clinical makes sure that will last for a period of about fourteen days,” Adesina had said.
In any case, on Friday evening, Ahmad tweeted that Buhari was in Abuja.
“President Muhammadu Buhari has gotten back to Abuja, after his Kenya tour in the 50th Anniversary of the UN Environmental Program (UNEP) in Nairobi, Kenya,” he composed on Twitter.
As of the hour of recording this report, no authority proclamation had been given on the adjustment of the president’s schedule, energizing hypotheses that the exam could have been required to be postponed endlessly.