President Buhari has returned to Abuja after attending the United Nations Environmental Programme in Nairobi, Kenya.
His return this afternoon March 4 goes contrary to the plan contained in an earlier press statement from the presidency where it was stated that the President would proceed to London for a medical check-up after his engagement in Kenya.
The President left Nigeria for the East African country on March 1 where he participated in the Special Session to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the United Nation’s body.
Earlier today, Buhari aid, Femi Adesina has released a new article centered around the fuel scarcity situation in Nigeria over the last month.
In the article titled “KNOCK, KNOCK. WHO’S THERE?”, the presidential aide stated that the heavens won’t fall over the current fuel scarcity and Nigerians will survive like always.
Adesina also recalled that Nigerians had experienced a similar situation in the past and they survived.