Monday, 13 February 2017

Buhari's cousin, daughters visit him in London (Read More)

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently on medical vacation at the Nigerian High Commission in the United Kingdom
The commission is located in the posh Campden Hill area of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in West London
It is called Abuja House and it is one of the most prominent buildings on the street
A report by The Nation has detailed how the residence where President Muhammadu Buhari has been spending his vacation has been a beehive of activities since he moved in there.
The president has been receiving visitors ever since he moved into the commission located in the posh Campden Hill area of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in West London.
The president was also visited by his wife, Aisha and later pictured with Governor Amosun having dinner.
Last week, All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwarts Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Chief Bisi Akande, visited the president at the Abuja House.
According to the report, the president’s cousin, Alhaji Mamman Daura visited the president yesterday, February 12.
The report also stated that at exactly 1.05 pm (London time), two young women believed to be President Buhari’s daughters were driven out of the Abuja House in a black Mercedes Benz car. The vehicle returned at 2.24 pm without its passengers.
At 1.20 pm, Daura arrived in a London black cab. He was with two others. Daura, who left at about 2.50 pm, declined comments when asked about how the president was getting on. He said; “I came here with Asiwaju (Bola Tinubu) the other day, didn’t you see it?”
Shortly after at about 3.30pm, five officials – two contracted private security guards and three others, who appeared to be High Commission officials, and a personal aide to the president, came to ask why The Nation reporter was “hanging around”.
He was threatened and told to go away to avoid police invitation. “You have to go away with this car from here. You cannot take any photograph here,” a guard said.
The chairman of APC-UK, Dr Phillip Idaewor said Nigerians should focus on the economic recovery efforts of the present government, instead of engaging in speculation and evil wishes about President Buhari’s health.


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