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President Muhammadu Buhari missed his fourth consecutive weekly Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday because his doctors advised him to rest, according to Minister of Information Lai Mohammed.

The President's wife wrote, "I thank all Nigerians for their concern, love and prayers over my husband's health status".

Akande in a statement on Wednesday acknowledged that the panel was completing its assignment on May 3, and would submit the report to President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mrs Buhari welcomed the president back from his medical leave in the UK
Mrs Buhari welcomed the president back from his medical leave in the UK

FEC, now holding at the meeting of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. It is absolutely untrue that he is being fed.

"This follows a call by 13 influential civil society leaders for President Buhari to take the time he needs to recover, after seven weeks medical leave in Britain earlier this year".

"All he is doing is following the doctor's advise".

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She told the BBC: "As a party we will learn from this, we will grow and we will move forward and we will continue to be positive". Among the authorities which had declared their final results, Labour had control of two councils and had lost control of two.

Language shifted after Buhari himself said he "couldn't recall being so sick" and revealed he had undergone blood transfusions and other medical tests.

The lawmakers said "The detention of Sule Lamido, Gabriel Suswan and Babangida Aliyu raises a very big question about human rights compliance and its a worrying trend about happenings in our country today. He has been quite transparent and upfront in the matter concerning his health", he said.

"So, I don't think it is anything different from what he said". She also stated that despite the health challenges, the President is still carrying on with his Presidential duties. And in our very normal customary way, we are going to mark it because we have a lot of story to tell.

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The University of North Dakota Medical Examiner's Office will conduct an autopsy to determine cause and manner of Wallace's death. A person of interest in the death of a Crookston woman is now in custody following a six-hour manhunt in Bloomington overnight.

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