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President Buhari once again Thanks Nigerians for Support during Medical Vacation

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President Buhari once again Thanks Nigerians for Support during Medical Vacation - BellaNaijaPresident Muhammadu Buhari on Friday thanked Nigerians for the support shown during his medical vacation.

President Buhari was for over a hundred days, from May to August, in London receiving medical treatment for an undisclosed illness.

At a book presentation, titled “Making Steady, Sustainable Progress For Nigerian’s Peace And Prosperity – A Mid-Term Scorecard On The President Muhammadu Buhari Administration” at the Old Banquet Hall, State House, Abuja, the president thanked Nigerians for their kindness and support during their time away. He said:

I will continue to express my gratitude to all Nigerians for your kindness and support during my medical vacation. The only way I can repay you is to rededicate myself to working to protect your interests and to build the Nigeria of our dreams. #ANewNigeria#Change

Watch him speak below:

Photo Credit: buharisallau

4 Comments

  1. Bia

    November 18, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    Sorry Uncle. But, we didn’t want you to come back. We were doing just fine without you.

  2. kkay

    November 18, 2017 at 6:35 pm

    President Buhari the best way to thank Nigerians is to build functional hospitals in all the states and equip existing ones. No need for long speech.

  3. jani

    November 19, 2017 at 6:43 am

    Buhari has turned out to be the most insincere and deceptive leader to befall Nigeria, again! If he wants to thank Nigerians for spending our hard earned commonwealth on his personal overseas medical treatment he should demonstrate some accountability by disclosing his ailments and the costs of our money that funded his treatment abroad,

  4. Tessa Doghor

    November 19, 2017 at 1:14 pm

    Sounds like the boyfriend who starts singing when he realises you want a break
    He will tell you the reason you said yes in the first place

    If he has not kept his promise for two years and 6 months, is it possible that he can keep those promises in the 18 months left in the tenure?

    We just have to wait and see

    As for me, I am yet to see the positive impact for Nigeria as a country and people.

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