President Buhari Arrives Back From London Medical Trip

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His latest medical trip came as the country's health workers embarked on a nationwide strike to seek better working conditions, triggering criticism from the opposition and a segment of society.

His office said on Monday that his doctor had requested to see Buhari and the president would return home on Saturday.

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The disclosure had "put to rest speculation on the health status of the president, as well as his attendant inability to effectively govern". "He can't travel for an official meeting to the United States and sneak into London to see his doctor, then tell Nigerians it was a technical stopover due to flight issues".

Buhari departed Abuja for London on Tuesday for the routine medical check-up.

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"Mr. President was earlier scheduled to return tomorrow", said Bashir Ahmad, a presidential spokesman, posting a video on Twitter showing Buhari disembarking from his presidential jet.

It is not yet known what informed it as the presidency was yet to issue an official statement concerning his return at the time of this report.

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Also, that President Buhari was the first sub-Saharan African Head of State to visit the Trump White House.

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