I’m Back To Defeat Jonathan, PDP On March 28 – Buhari
Presidential hopeful and candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), retired Major General Mohammadu Buhari returned to the country earlier today, saying that he is physically and mentally fit to launch the last leg of his campaign to dislodge the Goodluck Jonathan led PDP government in the March 28 elections.
Speaking to newsmen at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, shortly after returning to Nigeria from the United Kingdom aboard a British Airways flight at about 5:40am local time, Buhari dismissed insinuations that he was ill saying he had no problem with his health .
He had left the country on Thursday, February 19, 2015 for London where he addressed the international community at the Royal Institute of International Affairs popularly called Chatham House, London on Thursday, February 26, on his plans for the country.
However the trip was given different interpretation with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) claiming that he was in London for medical reason .Clad in a black flowing gown , Buhari was full of smiles and waved to the crowd of supporters who were at the airport to welcome him.
Responding to a question on whether he went abroad to seek medical attention, the APC candidate simply said “I just went off for a couple of weeks to rest. That’s all I did.” Asked if he ever visited any hospital while in UK, he said “What is wrong for me to go to hospital? Am I not here now? Aren’t you seeing me? Are you seeing a sick man?
On his engagements in London, he said “I went to Chatham House. I read an address and there was a question and answer session. That’s all.” The APC candidate who was flanked by the Deputy Director General of his Campaign, Senator Olorunimbe Mamora and other chieftains of the party said he is back to focus on the coming election
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