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PHOTOS: Buhari meets minister of health, NCDC DG in Abuja

PHOTOS: Buhari meets minister of health, NCDC DG in Abuja
March 28
13:54 2020
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President Muhammadu Buhari has been briefed on the COVID-19 situation in the country by Osagie Ehanire, minister of health, and Chikwe Ihekweazu, director-general of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

He was briefed on Saturday afternoon at his residence in the state house, Abuja.

TheCable previously reported that Buhari was in his office on Wednesday before it was fumigated on Thursday.

He worked from home on Thursday and Friday.

He is expected back in the office next week, although no specific date has been given.

Buhari’s appearance on Saturday might put an end to speculations about his whereabouts and health status, although presidential handlers expect the rumour mills to remain busy.

“Social distancing”: Ehanire (left) and Ihekweazu keep a “safe” distance from Buhari

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8 Comments

  1. Danlami
    Danlami March 28, 16:23

    Pls tell his handlers that this will not placate us the citizens. Let him address journalists like his elder, President Trump does now and then in the US.

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  2. Action
    Action March 28, 20:52

    We would like to see him life on national television to prove he is with us.

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  3. Dean Witters
    Dean Witters March 28, 22:34

    What’s difficult in coming out with the true position of things with our President? Addressing the public like others is not even the issue here, other well informed people could be delegated to do that. What is Mr. President’s status as far as COVID-19 is concerned? There’s no ignominy as far as this is concerned. Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, even in here in Nigeria. What’s there? There’s healing in the truth.

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  4. Katanga
    Katanga March 28, 22:46

    Nigeria has its own style of leadership

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  5. Baby
    Baby March 29, 01:14

    This is our president no matter what we think he has done we shouldnot wish him dead. Rumour is bad.

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  6. Etsumamu
    Etsumamu March 29, 01:42

    Long live PMB wished more more years on earth and people that wished u or anyone death shall die first cos its is said wished ur nebo what u wished for urself. I hope PMB when Allah spear through this pandemic u will fixed our hospitals if not all in d six geo political zones. People are suffering on this luck down issue even if its not much try ànd settle ur citizens may Allah bless u with long life Aameen

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  7. Jude
    Jude March 30, 10:09

    May God continue to guide and protect our country and my cousin Chikwe Nhekweazu

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