Recall that President Buhari landed at the Kaduna airport today at about 4 a.m., 51 days after he left the country on a medical vacation. "We have to trust our doctors more and trust ourselves more".
He spoke of a difference between the vacation he had past year and the recent one.
He said, "There are a lot of uncertainties surrounding the state of health of President Buhari and many Nigerians, particularly the over 70 per cent of the Yoruba people, who voted him into office, are even being denied information about the President's state of health". Whatever the case, I am very grateful that Nigerians are appreciative of what all of us are doing as a group.
"We believe some practical positive steps have been taken by the Acting President, Prof Yemi Osibajo, while the President was away and we want him to leverage on them".
The vice president's pace of action was commended by several Nigerians, prompting many to suggest that he should continue playing the major roles in the government.
By the time the door of the plane opened, the president kept many guessing for some time as he stayed on the plane for about eight minutes while only protocol and security officials alighted.More news: Robert Griffin III Intrigued By Idea Of Signing With Jets
"I deliberately came back towards the weekend so that the Vice President will continue and I will continue to rest", Buhari added.
Mr. Osinbajo also thanked President Buhari for respecting the constitution by entrusting power to him before commencing his trip to the United Kingdom, adding that he had a tough job "going around in borrowed robes".
One of our sources asserted that Mr. Buhari was due to undergo an intense phase of treatment starting from next week before his political associates persuaded him to postpone the treatment in order to return to Nigeria and shore up their waning political influence.
President Buhari has announced that he is feeling much better and pleased to be back in the country.
"The constitution, which we all swore to, is important, because it outlines the code of conduct".