Presidency reveals whereabouts of Buhari as Nigerians in UK take protest to High Commission
Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant (Media & Publicity) to the President, said in a Facebook post that his principal is staying at the Nigerian High Commission in London.
Shehu wrote: “I spoke to the president’s personal doctor last night, and he told me President Buhari is not in any serious condition to worry about. He is not in hospital. He is in the residence at the Nigerian High Commission.
“He and his delegation were ready to come home yesterday but for the delayed test result which came in yesterday necessitated that he delays his return.
“There is nothing to worry about as far as his condition is concerned.”
Meanwhile, Nigerians in the UK on Monday stormed the Nigerian High Commission in the United Kingdom to demand a speech from President Buhari. The angry Nigerians said they have a right to know the state of being as well as whereabouts of their president.
The President, who was expected back in the country on Monday the 6th of February, had however written to the National Assembly for an indefinite extension of his annual leave.