APC speaks on President Buhari's return from London

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Breaking News: Saraki and Dogara visits President Buhari in London

Mr Buhari was returned to the country by the Nigerian Air Force plan on Saturday evening at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja.

Buhari left the country on May 7 to receive medical attention in the United Kingdom for an undisclosed ailment.

He took a salute to the military guard of honour before he was driven in a convoy to the presidential villa.

President Buhari is expected to make a national broadcast to Nigerians on Monday, August 21 at 7a.m.

It's been over 100 days he's been away.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that those interviewed on Saturday expressed gratitude to Allah for the Presidents recovery and return to Nigeria.

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His main opponents in the 2015 election that brought him to power claimed he had prostate cancer. There are pictures of the Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari and Jalal Arabi, State House permanent secretary, waiting in anticipation of the arrival of the President.

Aliyu also cautioned leaders against taking the governed for granted, urging those in authority to always tell Nigerians the truth about the situation of their leaders at all times.

Unlike Buhari's absence, the absence of Yar'Adua created a power vacuum in Africa's most populous nation.

Buhari's absence sparked numerous protests, including demands that Buhari should resign, as well as calls for more transparency about the president's condition.

"What Team Buhari have failed to understand is that it is easier to manage an economy than it is to manage lies". The government struggled to deter attacks on pipelines and barges in the Niger Delta that help move oil supplies out of the country, but it has since recovered some lost ground.

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