Buhari To Work From Home
President Muhammadu Buhari will work from home, a situation that is giving Nigerians a feeling of Deja Vu.
The Personal Assistant to the President on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, announced the decision through his twitter handle.
He said that the President would temporarily operate from his official residence also located in the villa.
“Some renovations are ongoing at the office. He will be back to the main office after the works,” he twitted.
It was gathered that the renovation work was being carried out by the construction giant, Julius Berger and it was uncertain when or how long the renovation would last.
After returning from a medical vacation where he spent 103 days, Buhari officially notified Nigeria’s parliament that he was back to work as required by law.
According to Nigerian Presidency’s official twitter handle, the president on Monday signed a letter officially notifying the National Assembly of his return.
The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has confirmed receipt of the letter.
Buhari had upon his departure on May 7, handed over power to his deputy, Yemi Osinbajo who acted as President in his absence.
He returned to the country on 19 August.
In his letter dated August 21, 2017, he told the Senate and the House of Representatives, that he was resuming office.