'I've never been this sick,' says Nigeria's Buhari

'I've never been this sick,' says Nigeria's Buhari

ABUJA, Nigeria-Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari returned home Friday after seven weeks in the United Kingdom for unspecified medical treatment, amid lingering questions about his health and ability to govern Africa's most populous nation.

Due to the closure of the Abuja airport, NaijaNews.com learnt that the plane was scheduled to land at the Kaduna airport in the wee hours of Friday, following which he was to be flown by helicopter to the President Villa, Abuja. He may address the nation later on Friday to quell any concerns about his ability to govern, Lagos-based ThisDay newspaper reported earlier.

Adesina recalled that the president left the shores of the country on January 19 for a vacation, during which he was schedule to undergo routine medical check-ups. He said yes, but I suspected he didn't go home.

"I couldn't recall when last I had blood transfusion, I couldn't recall honestly, I can say in my 70 years, ‎I can't remember this drug that Nigerians take so much, very common.‎ I think one of our awful things is self drug administration".

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"For me, I must say that it has been an interesting period, going around the nation in borrowed robes".

The President who stated this while addressing senior government officials who came to welcome him assured them that he is now feeling much better to perform his responsibilities.

"This time around I said we better do the same, I didn't know he had the same principles..." Two of the sources said it took intense pressure from his associates before Mr. Buhari agreed to return to Nigeria in defiance of his doctors' opposition.

One of the people shouted‎"Where are the enemies of our president who said that the president will not return to the country".

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The former presidential aide, who did a comparative study of the remarks made by the Minister and the President concerning the health status of the President, said the remarks by the two government officials contradicted each other sharply.

Adesina, in a tweet on his handle yesterday afternoon, said the President would transmit a letter to the National Assembly on Monday to make his return to work formal and constitutional.

He also thanked Buhari for the confidence he reposed in him.

Zamfara State Governor Abdulaziz Yari also welcomed the President on behalf of the 36 state governors.

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says he has never been as "sick" as he did in recent weeks.

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