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Oyegun eulogizes Buhari for addressing restructuring and national unity

Oyegun eulogizes Buhari for addressing restructuring and national unity

A jubilant crowd welcomed Nigerian leader Muhammadu Buhari to the nation's capital Abuja on Saturday, after his medical vacation in London for more than three months.

The president signed the letter of notice for dispatch to Senate President Bukola Saraki and Speaker Yakubu Dogara, hours after his nationwide broadcast to the nation Monday morning.

Adesina said that the office in Buhari's house was nearly an identical replica of his main office and that President Buhari was not "luxuriating at home" as some media reports had suggested. "Nigeria's unity is settled and not negotiable", the president affirmed.

He said, "On behalf of President Muhammadu Okechukwu Buhari, I receive this letter and I say thank you all".

"Indeed, the President's speech did not contain anything new; just a rehash of statements that already had been made by both government and various leaders of thought across the country".

"We are grateful to God that President Buhari returned hale and hearty to complete his mandate till 2019 and urge him to take prompt action to diffuse the tension in the polity, revamp the economy and provide dividends of democracy to the populace".

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Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano also told NAN at the Villa that he was happy that the President looked healthy and he believed that Nigerians were happy. This he stated in his first speech after returning from three months of sick leave in London.

The president left the country on May 7, after handing over power to Osinbajo.

But, on Monday, di President still work from home and people come dey ask wetin cause this one.

While commending Acting President Yemi Osinbajo for being so committed and faithful to his boss, Okorocha said, "The impact of the president's return is that it will rejuvenate the economy, polity".

"His reference to a meeting with Ojukwu in 2003 is a nod to the agitations from the southeast and signals a willingness to chart a different path from the hard stance he has taken thus far", Nwanze said. I was very glad and I think I will repeat what I had said earlier that it is a clear indication that the ordinary Nigerian is more discerning and knowledgeable than perhaps we give him credit for.

Buhari landed on Nigerian soil Saturday after seeking medical treatment in London for an undisclosed illness.