BREAKING: Finally, Buhari Returns To Nigeria From London After 10-Day Vacation [VIDEO]

On August 18, 2018 22 Comments

President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria after a 10-day vacation in London.

Buhari’s jet touched down at the Presidential wing of Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja Saturday evening.

The President’s arrival was disclosed by his Personal Assistant on New Media, Ahmad Bashir, via his Twitter handle.


Sharing a video of Buhari’s arrival, Bashir wrote: “President @MBuhari returns to Abuja from the UK, after a 10 working day vacation.”

Buhari had left the country two weeks back on another round of vacation during which he remained in London, United Kingdom, throughout.

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Comments (22)

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  2. Anonymous says:

    A President went abroad to treat himself because he has refused to fix hospitals in Nigeria.

    Not even Aso Rock Clinic that he budgeted Billions of Naira for has any facility to treat him.

    After spending 15 days in London, enjoying another country made better by leaders like him, you went to airport with dancers and masquerades to receive him… Are you madding mad or mad is madding you?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Foolish man,you travel to London and enjoy 24hrs none power failure,and u as well enjoy good medical care over there y I just spent 1k to run my generator in order to watch my television and they are showing this idiot waving hand on the poor masses.stupid man

  4. Dr.Peter China Ejirika says:

    Have Nigerians asked Buhari, the Anti Corruption King how many he went to London before he became the president?

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