Nigeria's Minister of Health, Professor Issac Adewole on Friday listed likely reasons President Muhhamadu Buhari prefers to be treated overseas rather than stay in Nigeria for same.
He, however cited three reasons why the President may have opted for treatment overseas.
The President had left Nigeria late Tuesday evening after receiving letters of credence from some diplomats.
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The president confirmed that he went to the United Kingdom for further medical checkup.
"The President asked his son to be treated in Nigeria".
Nigeria's main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said Buhari was clearly unwell and unfit to govern.
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Tirupati Urban Superintendent of Police Abhishek Mohanty informed , "BJP leaders have lodged a complaint with us over the attack". It has alleged that the Centre failed to fulfil its commitments toward Andhra Pradesh, after the state was bifurcated in 2014.
Before the last election in 2015, the PDP - then in power under president Goodluck Jonathan - claimed that Buhari had terminal prostate cancer. "That, for me, is the starting point and we will challenge others", said Oshiomhole.
His Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, had said the President would return on Saturday but he returned back to the country a day earlier.
The President is expected to embark on an official trip to Jigawa state.
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The Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Alhaji Muhammad Bello and a representative of the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, were at the airport to receive him.