Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says he has never been as "sick" as he did in recent weeks.
TheCable learnt that the 58-year-old man, who is a potato seller, is well known by locals within the popular Mararraban Jos, a few kilometers to Kawo, Kaduna state as "Malam Ibrahim". "He has also improved the fortunes of the exchange rate and curbed the activities of herdsmen; we want Buhari to build on that", he said.
Pic.7. President Muhammadu Buhari (R) being welcomed by Ministers during his arrival from Medical Vacation in the United Kingdom at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Friday (10/3/17). "Nigeria will continue whether we are here or not".
"Youth and intellect is squarely behind him, age and purely military experience is behind me".
"I am pleased that the vice-president enjoyed this break and he has to do much more this time around", he said.
He also said that it was meaningless for Nigerians to continue to believe without double-checking for facts, further comments by Mohammed.
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The President who stated this while addressing senior government officials who came to welcome him assured them that he is now feeling much better to perform his responsibilities.
The vice president's pace of action was commended by several Nigerians, prompting many to suggest that he should continue playing the major roles in the government.
Mr. Osinbajo's capacity had seen him swear in a new Chief Justice of Nigeria, sign seven bills into law, criss-cross the restive Niger-Delta to appease the oil-producing communities, amongst other critical national assignments.
Displaying his sense of humour, Osinbajo said it was not easy going about in borrowed robes.
"You told us the President was "hale and hearty".
One of our sources asserted that Mr. Buhari was due to undergo an intense phase of treatment starting from next week before his political associates persuaded him to postpone the treatment in order to return to Nigeria and shore up their waning political influence.