Lai Mohammed Minister of Information and Culture says Buhari a victim of transparency
10 February, 2017, 03:20
"He talked about what the Executive/ Legislature must do to to ensure food security for all Nigerians".
Dogara disclosed this in a statement signed by Turaki Hassan, his spokesman.
President Muhammadu Buhari is hale and hearty, today February 9, he received leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in London, UK to allay fears that he is was dead.
It followed several statements from top officials of the administration beginning with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
According to the Minister, "Mr. President, like I said elsewhere, is probably a victim of his own transparency. I spoke to him just this afternoon and we had a fairly long conversation, he is in good shape and very chatty", Osinbajo stated.
Reacting to insinuations that the Ministry of Information ought to be releasing hourly bulletins on the President's health condition, Mohammed said there was no need for that.
Buhari left Nigeria on January 19 on the grounds that he was embarking on a 10-day leave, but has not been seen since then.
The group said they are ready to stage a counter protest in defence of Mr. President if the Save Nigeria Group decides to hold their protest at the expiration of the 74-hour ultimatum given to the Federal Government.
As Nigeria's President's continued stay in the United Kingdom fuel several rumours and reactions, some persons have actually and said to be in touch with the nation's number one citizen, and as such assures the public that the President is hale and hearty.