BreakingNews 11/2/17 - Buhari`s Letter to Senate Reveals Why He Won`t Return To Nigeria Now

[ Masterweb Reports ] - President Muhammadu Buhari will return to Nigeria when his doctors certify him fit to travel and resume duties as President of Federal Republic of Nigeria. This was according to Buhari’s February 5 letter to the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, requesting an indefinite extension of his medical leave.


The letter obtained by Masterweb reads: “Further to my letter dated 18th January 2017 in which I notified the Distinguished Senate of taking part of my annual leave. During my leave, I took the opportunity to have routine check-ups and consult my long standing doctors in London.


“In the course of the routine examinations, certain test result indicated the need for a course of medications and further appointments have been scheduled for next week.


“I am therefore notifying the Distinguished Senate that I am extending my leave until the doctors are satisfied that certain factors are ruled out. In the circumstances, the vice president will continue to act on my behalf. Please accept, Distinguished Senate President, the assurances of my highest consideration.”


Buhari on January 18 wrote the National Assembly that he was proceeding on a 10-day medical leave and transferring presidential power temporarily to Vice-president Yemi Osinbajo. The leave was to commence January 23 for 10 working days ending February 6, the reason for his February 5 letter requesting indefinite extension. 


Mr. Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity told reporters yesterday his principal would not sneak into the country from UK.  Adesina speaking to newsmen said Nigerians would see Buhari when he returns and not his just sneaking into the country. “He is the president of Nigeria and will not sneak in” Adesina said.


Masterweb reliably gathered presidential aides, Protocol Unit officials, SSS and other security operatives are on alert awaiting Buhari possible arrival. On February 8, Masterweb wrote that "President Buhari Would Be Back To Nigeria Within Two Weeks". We still maintain our positions in that article.


False news peddlers started by misinforming the public of Buhari's demise in UK, but changed to prolonged stay for chemotherapy when it was obvious he was alive. These fake news traders reverted to brainwashing people that Buhari was scheduled for surgery and chemotherapy that would keep him in UK for six months. In some cases they put his expected length of stay in the hospital at four months. No, we are not talking of months but less than two weeks that Buhari would resume duties. These guerilla news outfits seek cheap popularity through hot false news and misinformation. In order to make themselves credible they have “.....reporters” or “.....reports” attached to their names.

Masterweb is one of the few news media that carry verified and authentic news that no one can successfully refute or challenge.  President Buhari will be back to Nigeria soon – mark our words.


*Photo Caption - President Muhammadu Buhari


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