By Mohammed Gado, Abuja
He is back and he is all fresh.
President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria after a medical trip to the United Kingdom, a luxury over 90 percent of his country’s citizens cannot afford.
The president left Nigeria on October 31 for what is referred to as “routine medical check up”.
Bashir Ahmad, special assistant to the president on digital communications, announced the return of the president in a tweet on Sunday night.
“Welcome back, Baba!” Ahmad tweeted, along with pictures of Buhari alighting from an aircraft.
But president Buhari did not stay all day on an hospital bed in the UK, he took the time to meet with the newly crowned King Charles III of England.
On his return, the Inspector-General of police (IGP) Baba Usman and the minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Bala Mohammed met the president at the airport.