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The Presidency says President Muhammadu Buhari has not changed his plan to return to his physicians in the United Kingdom for follow-up treatment.
He was reacting to an online publication that President Buhari had decided to bring his doctors to Nigeria rather than return to the UK.
The presidential spokesman described the report as false.
It would be recalled that President Buhari had returned from a 50-day medical vacation in London on March 10.
On his arrival at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja that time, Buhari had noted that though he felt “much better now. All I will need is to do further follow-ups within some weeks.”
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