Media adviser of President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina, cited that the ailing Nigerian leader could finally address his subjects after leaving Abuja for London since January 19.
Speaking on Channels TV yesterday, Femi Adesina narrated,
“Yes, he (Buhari) said maybe, he will speak to Nigerians by phone, and I also say maybe.
“That issue of his coming back is already in the public domain in the letter that was transmitted to the National Assembly. He said as soon as he has an ‘all-clear’ on his health, he’ll be back. I think that issue has been settled
“I communicate what has been told to me. Unless I receive a definite communication that says the president will be back on this date. Then, I can say. Otherwise, I’ll just be making a guess, if I say anything that has not been said to me. Don’t forget that I’m a spokesman. I speak for somebody. I communicate what has been transmitted to me.”