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Buhari, Obasanjo in 40-minute meeting in London

Former president Olusegun Obasanjo met with President Muhammadu Buhari, in Abuja House, London, Nigerian, on Wednesday, it was gathered.

Obasanjo was accompanied on the visit by a former governor of Osun State, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola.

The meeting between the two leaders, it was alao gathered, lasted only 40 minutes.

President Buhari, who was said to have expressed gratitude for the visit, also reportedly  told Oyinlola that: “Excellency, you are looking really fine” with both Obasanjo and Oyinlola reportedly replying that they were happy to see that he (Buhari) was looking fine too.

A source said “After the exchange of courtesies, Buhari and Obasanjo left for another room in the house where they held a 40-minute meeting.”

The leaders were said to have come out of the meeting a few minutes before 10.00 p.m., following which the former president and Oyinlola were seen off by President Buhari.

There have been various visits to the president with recent reports saying he would return to the country very soon.



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  1. ochendo 3rd August 2017 at 4:47 pm

    the script for the nollywood movie ‘the sick president’ is entering part four.it is no longer in doubt that animals ran/run the affairs of this country.fools indeed.the president is coming back very soon yet we have witnessed ‘very soon’ visits/visitors to london.some solo;many more organised yet we have few days to 90 days and the visits have continued.in Nigeria if you have wisdom/lettered/intellectual/scholarly you become a fool once you get into the corridors of power.once you get on board all actions and inactions by the president/presidency/government can never be wrong.the folly is infectious.that’s why a lawyer and professor has also become victim.pity.truly,a zoo nation.

  2. alain 3rd August 2017 at 4:53 pm

    That was an attempt of murder but thanks to the earlier London visitors and wide range of public TV awareness and Aisha braveness to stay with the levi-de. Does it look like there was a rejection of hand shake by Buhari to OBJ? It is good to televise the president illness always because if Yar’dua visitors was televised the same way for Buhari, he wouldn’t have died during the lion visit. I think, this time, it didn’t go well for Oba visiting hence the man is still alive. . Who cook the poison to London. Whether he dies or live, we are still plenty in big good for nothing country. I’m checking his hand for another blood anyway.

  3. myke oghene 3rd August 2017 at 9:10 pm

    Nigerian can now see how treasury looters are squandering our resources traveling abroad to visit their comrade in Nigerian Aso rock in London. There is no doubt that Buhari knew his state of health hence the desperado to be our president at all cost as this triumphalism secured his medical extravaganza abroad. In developed countries a serving public officer in Buhari’s state of health would have resigned voluntarily without being prodded. After-all Nigerians have not seen a better life since he became president. Corruption is still at it’s peak as many former corrupt PDP member are hibernating under the cloak of APC. Federal pensioners under PTAD are still languishing over non-payment of their accumulated arrears including the balance of 33% increment. Their verification is still very sluggish, Nelly is the most reliable and qualified for this office if PTAD will live up to expectation. Bring Nelly back to continue the good work she was doing.

  4. Onyewuchi Nze 3rd August 2017 at 10:37 pm

    If our president is hale and hearty, nice looking, and other nice terms of wellness been applied to his health condition, then let him return, many people miss him. His doctors being Britons are more loyal to British interests. Are thinking what am thinking?

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