The President has not returned to his office inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja since he returned to the country from his medical trip to London.

The office was allegedly devastated by rodents during the President’s 103-day medical vacation to treat a strange ailment abroad.

The very powerful rodents reportedly damaged furniture and air conditioning fittings.

Buhari, who arrived the country on August 19 has been operating from an office located inside his official residence and another one located inside the Presidential Banquet Hall.

Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu, had a day after Buhari arrived the country, stated that the President was working from home, because rodents invaded his office while he was abroad.

“Following the three months period of disuse, rodents have caused a lot of damage to the furniture and the air conditioning units,” Shehu said.

He further explained that it was impossible for his boss to operate from the office in that condition.

Shehu added that: “Some renovations are ongoing at the office, his fully equipped office in his residence. He will be back to the main office after the works.”

But almost two months after, renovation work is still going on in the office.

His residence and the Presidential Banquet Hall, where he operates from are less than five minutes walk from his office.

The President has been hosting meetings and other events in the two venues.

This week alone, he held separate meetings with some state governors and the nation's security chiefs at the venues.

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