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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

President Buhari ready to return from London

President Muhammadu Buhari is ready to come back from the United Kingdom soon, as State House staff have been put on standby.

Day by day Trust learnt that some relatives of the president and his significant other's security helpers arrived Abuja yesterday.

An associate to the spouse of the president indicated that Mrs Aisha Buhari may likewise come back to Nigeria Wednesday.

President Buhari has been in the United Kingdom since May 7 experiencing treatment for an undisclosed affliction.

Mrs Buhari's assistant stated: "The data just contacted me now from the spouse of the president, that everything is set for the arrival of Mr President to Nigeria. Effectively, a portion of the president's relatives and security helpers of madam (Aisha Buhari) have recently come back from London.

"The spouse of the president may either leave London on Wednesday or choose to return home with the president at any point in the near future. We have been advised to be on standby since Mr President is restoring at any point in the near future this week."

Some staff of the State House, including security agents, likewise said they got a mandate yesterday, approaching them to be on standby for the president's arrival.

The staff, who addressed our reporter on the state of secrecy, however included that the mandate did not contain a particular date for the president's arrival.

"We were just educated to be prepared for the arrival of the president at any minute. No particular date has been specified to us," one of the staff said.

Presidential representative, Femi Adesina, had last Tuesday cited Buhari to have told the leader of Guinea, Alpha Conde that he was gaining great ground and that he would come back to his obligations when specialists exhort.

Recently, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said Buhari got a goodwill message from the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN).

Shehu, in an announcement, cited the CAN President, Rev Samson Ayokunle, as portraying the news of Buhari's recuperation as "a revival of expectation" and saluting Nigerians "on the delight of having their leader back soon."

Shehu stated: "Such messages of goodwill from regarded religious bodies like CAN implied such a great amount at any given moment, when individuals with sick aims were attempting to isolate the nation along religious lines. He additionally expressed gratitude toward the CAN for its proceeded with petitions for the President's wellbeing.

"The Presidency anticipates promote joint efforts with CAN to guarantee that Nigerians of all ethnic and religious gatherings advantage from the approaches of the President Buhari organization which are gone for enhancing the welfare of each and every subject of our incredible nation."

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