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In a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, the president said his obedience to his doctors helped in improving his health. Later, the visiting team issues a statement below claiming the President said he was Ok, but wouldn't say when he will return to duty until his doctors determine he was fit enough.

President Buhari has been away on medical leave since May 7th 2017.

Buhari made this known during a visit by his media team lead by the minister at the Abuja house in London, where the President has been residing for over four months.

Amidst protests asking for his immediate resumption or resignation, another "tourist" team has been to visit President Muhammadu Buhari in London where he is still receiving medical attention more than 90 days after he left the country. "Here, the doctors are absolutely in charge".

Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Lai Mohammed and Buhari's Senior Special Assistant (Foreign Affairs and Diaspora) Abike Dabiri-Erewa were also part of the president's guests. "I have now learnt to obey orders, rather than be obeyed", the president reportedly said.

Photos released by the president's office show Buhari standing outdoors, smiling and wearing sunglasses while holding a large "Get well soon" card - with a handful of officials around him - in a residential area. I thank all those who are praying.

Is there a cabal preventing him from returning or holding Nigeria hostage as it was during the Yar'adua administration?

"The event is expected to be attended by over one hundred thousand Nigerians from across the states of the federation and Abuja".

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