– President Muhammadu Buhari formally resumed back to work on Monday, March 13
– Vice President Yemi Osinbajo handed over back to the president
– The president also notified the National Assembly of his resumption
A report by Daily Trust indicates that President Muhammadu Buhari only spent three hours in the office as he resumed work at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja on Monday, March 13.
According to the report, the president resumed work at about 11.00am and retired to his official residence around 2.10pm.
The report further noted that before now, President Buhari used to stay in the office beyond 4.00pm.
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No official reason was given for the president’s short stay in office, especially because it was his first day of resumption after being away for long.
The last time President Buhari was in his office was on Monday, January 16 before he travelled for his medical vacation on Thursday, January 19.
The president spent 51 days in the United Kingdom and has still not told Nigerians the nature of his ailment.
He however told government officials on his return that he had a blood transfusion, stressing with or without him, Nigeria will continue to exist.
Meanwhile, the personal assistant on social media to President Buhari, Ms Lauretta Onochie has advised Nigerians to emulate the president’s honesty and openess.
Onochie made the call in a Facebook post published on Monday, March 13, same day the president formally resumed back to work.