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Obasanjo Visits Buhari In London

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Obasanjo meets Buhari in London

Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria’s Former President has eventually visited our sick President, Muhammadu Buhari, in London who has been abroad receiving treatment for over 80days.

According to report, ex-President Obasanjo had a warm greeting with President Buhari before both went in for a closed-door meeting that lasted 40 minutes.

The source affirmed that:

After the exchange of courtesies, Buhari and Obasanjo left for another room in the house where they held a 40-minute meeting.

Furthermore, it was revealed that Obasanjo was accompanied to London by former Governor of Osun state, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola, who however didn’t partake in the closed-door meeting.

The leaders were said to have come out of the meeting a few minutes before 10.00 p.m., following which the former president and Oyinlola were seen off by President Buhari.

It can be adduced from the Saturday trip that got known today that the President is doing fine with his health and may even return to Nigeria sooner than expected.

Buhari, who was said to have expressed gratitude for the visit, also told Oyinlola that:

Excellency, you are looking really fine” with both Obasanjo and Oyinlola reportedly replying that they were happy to see that he (Buhari) was looking fine too”, a report from the leaders’ meeting in London stated.

Meanwhile, no picture and more details about the said trip have been revealed.

Olumide Anifowose

A graduate of Anthropology, University of Cape Coast.

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