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by Musa Abdullahi
Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), on Thursday left Abuja for the United Kingdom on a short working visit, Garba Shehu, spokesman of the APC Presidential Campaign Organisation, has disclosed.
A source at the Peoples Democratic Party, Wadata Plaza Abuja alleges that Buhari’s trip is for medical reasons and the leadership of the APC hasn’t been truthful about the purpose of it’s candidates trip to the UK.
The source who doesn’t want his name mentioned in print told NewsWireNGR in a telephone interview that the Presidential candidate of the APC has been ill in addition to the stress of his ongoing campaign.. “We will issue a statement to that effect and tell Nigerians to ask the so called “Progressives” why they haven’t been able to come out with the truth about Buhari’s failing health” the anonymous source said.
According to Shehu however, Buhari will in the course of his visit, hold meetings with key members of the British political establishment and interact with some global institutions with stakeholder interest in the affairs of Nigeria.
“Buhari would hopefully give a talk at the prestigious foreign policy hub, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatam House in London,” he said.
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