President Muhammdu Buhari is back home to Nigeria, safe and sound. The president has been away for over 7weeks on medical vacation in the United Kingdom (UK), and he will be resuming office officially on Monday, March 13.
Below are 4 things to be expected and President Buhari takes over the task of delivering change from Professor Yemi Osinbajo who has been an excellent Acting President.
1. Buhari writes to Senate
Buhari will on Monday, March 13th, send a letter to the National Assembly informing them of his return to the country.
According to President Buhari’s, special assistant on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, the letter to the National Assembly will make his return to work formal and constitutional.
2. The visits continue
Without a doubt, President Buhari will have to entertain a lot of guests come Monday, even though he has said that people should rather stay back in their homes, and pray for him.
3. Osinbajo hands over to his boss
On his return last Friday, March 10, President Muhammadu Buhari told Professor Yemi Osinbajo to keep carrying out duties as Acting President, stressing that he would need to restr through the weeked as to resume fresh this Monday, March 13.
Hence, Osinbajo will need to do a proper handover or hand-back, to his principal, having served the nation greatly as Acting President. It is in handing back the mantle, that he (Osinbajo) will fall back to being vice president, a post in which he has distinguished himself better than all others before him.
4. The meetings and the shakeup
As expected the crucial and non crucial meetings will continue, all aimed at making Nigeria great again, setting her on the map to success.
A meeting with members of his cabinet is expected on Monday, even as there are reports of the conclusion of plans for a major overhaul of the Buhari administration.
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According to Sunday Punch, the changes are going to be ‘earth-shattering’ because a few of the president’s powerful aides and prominent members of the administration would be affected.
President Muhammadu Buhari's return like the long awaited messiah of the bible, came to many like the proverbial thief in the night.
Nigerians were beginning to loose their patience over the president's prolonged vacation, and now he is back, they are at eachother's necks.
Some claim it is all a facade, while others receive the news with joy, lashing out at those of a divergent view, tagging them "detractors".