Nigerians have taken taken to social media to vent their anger over President Muhammadu Buhari long stay in the United Kingdom, as the president have spent more than 90 days outside the shore of the country.

Recall that Buhari left Nigeria May 7.

Nigerians kicks over Buhari's 90 days in London
President Muhammadu Buhari

It all started when the ruling party, All Progressives Congress tweeted on his handle @APCNigeria, that Buhari condemned the Ozubulu Church attack in Anambra State, instead of Nigerians to react to the attack, they focus lambasting both the party and president.

One social media user, Jacobson Bright, likened Buhari’s leadership to Ozubulu Sunday shooting, saying “Buhari’s leadership is as bad as the killing in that church. He has spent 90 days in an anonymous London hospital, wasting our money & time.

Meanwhile, Daily Trust reported Monday that Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari left for UK on Sunday August 6 to be with the President, and according to presidential staff, with high expectation to return with him to Nigeria.

Sahara Reporters has also revealed that the hidden ailment the Mr. President is battling with is cancer related and that all the photos he took with party members, state governors alike were staged so as to make the him look recuperating as reported by Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

Sahara Reporters however stated that such impression is far from the reality that the president’s health is deteriorating. Citing a source, the medium stated that the highly publicized visits were designed to create the appearance that Buhari was regaining his health and was prepared to resume in office.

It reported that Buhari’s ability to receive visitors was no indication of improved health, but came after his completion of a course of treatment that lasted three months.

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