Presidency: No Special Reception Planned for Buhari's Return - THISDAY Newspapers

The presidency has revealed that there will be no special reception for President Muhammadu Buhari's return from medical vacation in London. Speaking yesterday in Abuja on Arise Television, the sister broadcast arm of THISDAY Newspapers, the Special ...

Nigeria's $1bn Eurobond starts trading on London Exchange - Daily Trust

By Sunday Michael Ogwu, Lagos | Publish Date: Feb 17 2017 2:00AMLondon Stock Exchange has yesterday admitted Nigeria's $1 billion Eurobond to start trading in London. The 15 year government bond, paying a coupon of 7.875 per cent, is the longest ...

With Another Bedridden President, Nigeria is Fourth Time Unlucky with its Choice - THISDAY Newspapers

Sometime as a columnist one is dispirited by outré news. That happened to me last week. I was still struggling with the rumour of death created by opportunists who truly wished President Muhammadu Buhari dead, when the bizarre story of the former Group ...

Africa: Readout of the US President's Call with Presidents of South Africa and Nigeria - AllAfrica.com

President Donald J. Trump spoke this week with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa to discuss ways to expand cooperation and trade between the United States and South Africa. President Trump highlighted the strong bilateral trade ties between the two ...

The mystery of Nigeria's holidaymaker-in-chief - Daily Maverick

Where is Muhammadu Buhari, and why isn't he at home? Speculation in Nigeria has reached fever pitch after the president extended his annual leave indefinitely, apparently for medical reasons – although no one is quite sure what's wrong with him, or how ...

Nigerian man delivers get well soon card, flowers to President Buhari in London - NAIJ.COM

A Nigerian man, identified by the name Akinjide Ajisafe, has delivered a get well soon card to President Muhammadu Buhari at the Abuja House in London. Nigerian man delivers get well soon card to President Buhari in London (Photos). Ajisafe, who ...

President Buhari vows to end corruption in Nigeria - NAIJ.COM

Buhari made the promise at the launch of an anti-corruption campaign, tagged “The Value Project” in Abuja on Thursday, February 16. READ ALSO: Again, presidency, Senate clash over Magu. The president who was represented by the minister of state for ...

Check out this 'Is Buhari around' website - NAIJ.COM

President Muhammadu Buhari has been away from Nigeria since Thursday, January 19. He took a 10-day leave which he later extended indefinitely and now, Nigerians have no idea when he will be coming back. His absence has been trailed with so much ...

Why Buhari will not speak to Nigerians from London – Femi Adesina - Daily Post Nigeria

The Presidency, on Thursday declared that President Muhammadu Buhari will not speak to Nigerians from London because he has right to his vacation. Featuring on TVC television Programme, 'This Morning', the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the ...

Buhari 'Nigerians cannot force President to speak to them,' Femi Adesina says - Pulse Nigeria

Adesina also said that Buhari is entitled to his vacation and it is wrong for Nigerians to intrude. Published: 16.02.2017; 'Jola Sotubo. Print; eMail · President Muhammadu Buhari play President Muhammadu Buhari (REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde) ...

Buhari News: Nigerian President Is 'Healthy,' 'Witty' And Speaking With Donald Trump - International Business Times

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has not only recovered from a recent illness that took him to London for extensive medical tests but has also returned to the daily grind. Senate President Bukola Saraki wrote on Facebook that Buhari, 74, was "doing ...

Nigeria's President Buhari Greets Visitors in Rare Sighting - Newsweek

The 74-year-old leader left his homeland on January 19 for what was initially described as a short vacation in the U.K., where he would undergo “routine medical check ups.” But Buhari remains in London, and Nigerians have been speculating feverishly ...

Nigeria's Eurobond 8 times oversubscribed, shows confidence - NewsOK.com

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The London Stock Exchange says Nigeria's $1 billion Eurobond is eight times oversubscribed and demonstrates international confidence despite the oil-producing nation's economic woes. The 15-year bond offering 7.875 percent ...

Nigerian leader Buhari extends sick leave abroad as citizens suffer - Malaysia Sun (press release)

Johannesburg - Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari's nearly month-long medical leave in London is a sharp reminder to taxpayers that while they finance their leaders' health care abroad, they often are stuck with decrepit, ill-staffed government health ...

Saraki tells Nigerians that there is “No cause for alarm” after paying Buhari a visit - Ventures Africa

On Wednesday, 15th February 2017, after visiting President Muhammadu Buhari in London, Senate President Bukola Saraki reassured Nigerians that the president was in good health. He further gave an indication that President Buhari would soon return to ...

Health saga: 4 times Buhari received prominent Nigerians in London (photos) - NAIJ.COM

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently in the United Kingdom where he is undergoing some medical tests. He requested for a 10-day leave and was supposed to end on February 6. Before leaving for the UK, Buhari transferred power to Vice President ...

Buhari 'US values its relationship with Nigeria,' Trump tells President - Pulse Nigeria

Trump also expressed interest in working with President Muhammadu Buhari to expand the strong partnership. Published: 16.02.2017; 'Jola Sotubo. Print; eMail · US President, Donald Trump and Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari play. US President ...

Buhari Read what White House has to say about Trump's talk with Nigerian President - Pulse Nigeria

The phone call was initially confirmed by White House Press Secretary, Sean Michael Spicer during a press briefing on Tuesday, February 14. Published: 16.02.2017; 'Jola Sotubo. Print; eMail · Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari play. Nigerian President ...

Buhari Vacation: If you are hail and hearty, then return to Nigeria - FHRACC - NAIJ.COM

While doubting the true state of health of the president, coupled with his alleged phone conversation with President Donald Trump of the United States, FHRACC has called on Buhari to return home if he is truly hale and healthy. READ ALSO: BBOG Pressure ...

6 ways the Federal Government helped fuel death rumours about President Buhari - NAIJ.COM

Finally, Nigeria can go back to the delightful ambiance it used to have now that Nigerians are aware that the president is alive and doing well. 6 ways the Federal Government helped fuel death rumours about President Buhari. President Buhari is well ...