President Muhammadu Buhari

Buhari Resumes Work, But Works From Home

Again, President Muhammadu Buhari may not hit the ground running as expected as indication emanating from the presidency suggests that he would be working from home, a source within the presidency disclosed this to XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE.

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Buhari was was seen early on Monday at about 11am signing copies of letters to be forwarded to the Senate and House of Representatives.

XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE source, who preferred to remain anonymous, said president Buhari took the decision to work from home because of renovation works in his office.

Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President, Femi Adesina who witnessed the signing formalities, confirmed to State House Correspondents about the president’s resumption.

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Renovation of his office has also been a subject of speculation that the air condition vent of the place was poisoned which resulted in the presidency illness.

But dousing tension Adesina said: “some few minutes past 11am the President signed the letter notifying the National Assembly of his resumption of duties, a copy has been sent to the President of the Senate and Speaker House of Representatives, so the President has resumed duties”.

President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria on Saturday, 19 August from London, where he had spent more than 100 days receiving treatment for a mystery illness. It was the president’s second spell of medical leave this year – leading many Nigerians to question whether he was well enough to run the country.

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In a televised address, Buhari on Monday thanked Nigerians for their prayers and said he was pleased to be “back on home soil among my brothers and sisters”.

In Monday’s speech, Buhari also said he followed events in Nigeria on a daily basis during his absence and was concerned by discussions over the possible dissolution of the country.

“I was distressed to notice that some of the comments, especially in the social media have crossed our national red lines by daring to question our collective existence as a nation,” said Buhari.

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