Buhari makes special appearance at NEC meeting, shakes hand with Governors | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday made a sudden appearance at the ongoing National Economic Council, NEC holding at the presidential Villa, Abuja. This would be the first time ever the president would be appearing at the NEC meeting constitutionally chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

Members of NEC  included state governors; the Central Bank governor; Ministers of Justice, Finance, and FCT.

At exactly 12:30 pm, the president walked into the Council chamber, venue of the meeting, went round and shook hands with all NEC members before taking his seat.

It was learnt that NEC had earlier resolved to go and pay homage to the president in his office but later, the President offered to come down and meet them.

At the point the Chairman of the Governors Forum and Zamfara State Governor, Abdulahi Yari was called by the Vice President to make some remarks, Journalists were asked to excuse the meeting.
Recall that Buhari left the shores of Nigeria for the United Kingdom on January 19 where he spent about 50 days on medical vacation.

He returned to the country last week Friday, appealing to Nigerians to allow him get some rest.

He however resumed his official duties on Monday.

Details later…

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  1. May the Almighty Allah Continue to protect and guide Mr President Ameen summa Ameen. May the Almighty Allah Also continue to Strengthen your good relationship and support from your very Responsible Vice President and all your Enemies should die in Humiliation sir. We are in Support sir. Thanks for your Good Work.

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  2. May the Almighty Allah Continue to protect and guide Mr President Ameen summa Ameen. May the Almighty Allah Also continue to Strengthen your good relationship and support from your very Responsible Vice President and all your Enemies should die in Humiliation sir. We are in Support sir. Thanks for your Good Work.

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