President Muhammadu Buhari left Addis Ababa on Tuesday, but not without a present. 

Before his departure on Tuesday, there was a little ceremony at the airport, with security forces mounting a guard of honour. 

He had participated in the 30th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union held in the capital of Ethiopia on 30th Jan 2018.

At the meeting, he highlighted two major things that he believes will create more jobs in Africa and also reduce corruption or bring it to an end in Africa. 

He said the anti-corruption fight in Nigeria has come to stay and asked African nations to work faster to actualise a unified market in the continent that will increase trade, create more jobs and reduce poverty. 

On the sidelines, images shared by a spokesman for the President, Mr Femi Adesina, showed that Buhari received a portrait drawing.

The artwork portrayed the President as an Igbo man with an attire peculiar to people from South East Nigeria.

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It is sometimes referred to as Akwa Oche, but mostly worn by men with title as they are popularly referred to. 

A delighted Buhari was holding the portrait which is about 4 feet high. 

This will sit fine in his Aso Rock office now that the rats are out of the place. But would it remind him of Nnamdi Kanu?

Muhammadu Buhari moments before he left Addis Abab