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BreakingNews 14/2/17: Get ready to see President Buhari, he is home sick -Presidency tells Nigerians

BreakingNews 14/2/17: Get ready to see President Buhari, he is home sick -Presidency tells Nigerians

[ Masterweb Reports ] - The Presidency has alerted Nigerians on the possible return of President Muhammadu Buhari from London any moment from  today (Feb. 14) as he is no longer “enjoying his stay’’ outside the country.
 
Malam Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, made this known in an interview with the Channels Television in Abuja on Tuesday.
 
President Buhari, who proceeded on vacation to UK on Jan. 19 for a routine medical check as indicated in a letter to the Senate, transmitted another letter to the Senate, on Feb. 5, requesting extension of time to complete the medical check-up.
 
However, the presidential aide revealed that the president would be returning to Nigeria soonest as he was no longer `comfortable’ with the extended vacation in London.
 
“As a matter of fact, we should be getting ready to see the president in fresh and that will be soon as possible.
 
“The President (himself) is looking to being home to be with his people.
 
“I don’t think he is enjoying any longer with an extended vacation outside the country.’’
 
On the president’s telephone conversation with President Trump, Shehu described as “undiplomatic’’ the request being made in some quarters for the release of the audio containing the conversation.
 
According to him, releasing an audio containing telephone conversation between two presidents is highly unethical and against modern day civilization.
 
“No, I don’t think so; I don’t think it is permitted in international diplomacy. I think if we had recorded Mr Trump in this conversation it would have offended our diplomatic relations.
 
“I think the Americans themselves would not have recorded this conversation of president to president,’’ he said.
 
On the president’s test results being expected from his doctors, the presidential aide said he had no information on whether the president had collected the results or not.
 
He said: “No, we have no information on that (test results). If he had received them, he would have been on the plane back home.’’
 
Shehu, who noted that there was no enough time for the two presidents to discuss other continental and international, however, expressed optimism that the conversation would boost the bilateral relations between Nigeria and the U.S.
 
“Well, there wasn’t enough time to talk about everything. I think the point at what will follow is in the invitation that President Trump has extended to our president (Buhari) to come over.
 
“That is the kind of opportunity that was presented to Nigeria put all the issues on the desk.
 
“As for their immigration policy, I think our president has been clear about one thing- the choices made by the Americans as to who to lead them in this case, Mr Trump, is entirely their own choice.
 
“We have no business interfering with their domestic affairs.
 
“As to the countries that have barred, it has been clearly specified and Nigeria did not feature in the list,’’ he added.
 
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Buhari had on Monday in London spoke with Trump by telephone at the request of the American President.
 
According to the president’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, the conversation was cordial and Buhari congratulated Trump on his election as President of the United States and on his cabinet.
 
Adesina said the two leaders discussed ways to improve cooperation in the fight against terrorism through provision of necessary equipment.
 
According to him, Trump encourages Buhari to keep up the good work he is doing, and also commends him for the efforts he has made in rescuing 24 of the Chibok Girls and the strides being taken by the Nigerian military.
 
“Trump assured the Nigerian president of the U.S readiness to cut a new deal in helping Nigeria in terms of military weapons to combat terrorism.
 
“Trump also invited Buhari to Washington at a mutually convenient date,’’ the statement concluded.
 
The American President has since been putting calls to other world leaders to inform them of his action plans towards the eradication of terrorism in America.
 
NAN, however, observed that cross sections of Nigerians have been reacting to the statement with diverse views.(NAN)
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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