Buhari had a technical stopover in London and will be on his way back soon.
President Buhari is yet to arrive Nigeria two days after he left the US after his bilateral meeting with President Donald Trump. Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said President Buhari had a technical stopover in London and will be on his way back soon. The president was expected to arrive Abuja on the 2nd of May and set off for Daura on the 4th of May to rest.
President Buhari’s official aircraft, Eagle One, left Joint Base Andrews Military Airfield in Washington on Tuesday morning as twitted by Bashir Ahmad, Personal Assistant to the President on New Media. According to Bashir Ahmad tweet, “President @MBuhari has departed Joint Base Andrews Airport for Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport, Abuja after a Working Visit to Washington DC where he had a bilateral talks with US President @realDonaldTrump, and met with a group of business executives. #PMBinDC.”
Buhari was reportedly said to have arrived in London at 9:42 p.m according to Flight Radar 24, which tracks Air Traffic across the world.
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