Dr. Olapade Agoro, a presidential aspirant and chairman of National Action Council (NAC) said God will punish President Muhammadu Buhari for the killing of innocent people going on in the country, imprisonment and sentencing to death of people when he was military head of state and for inflicting suffering on Nigerians through the mismanagement of the economy by his administration.
The president arrived at the presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja at about 10:35pm and was received by his Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, and other officials.
He said this was because Buhari flew in a smaller aircraft than the one he used to travel with, adding that the bigger aircraft had gone for checks.
"It is a routine thing".
He noted that the procedure was normal and that the President was already on his way back to Nigeria.
Addressing the Northern Leaders and Stakeholders' Assembly in his office in Abuja, Gowon said there was need for unity in the North and across the entire country. I support you my fellow president.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that amid cries from main opposition party PDP that President Muhammadu Buhari's anti-corruption war is selective, USA president Donald Trump backed the Nigerian leader's achievements in his anti-graft campaigns.
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Buhari met Trump in the White House on Monday and left Washington on Tuesday.
"Indeed, Nigerians are anxious about the signal being sent out by this penchant for secret itinerary, particularly, given the poor reputation and governance transparency issues confronting our nation under the Buhari administration".
It added that Nigerians were anxious about the signal being sent out by this penchant for a secret itinerary of the president, particularly, given the poor reputation and government transparency issues confronting the nation under his administration.
"I stand with you the no 1 African president".
"The PDP, therefore, urges President Buhari's handlers to adequately prepare him before worldwide outings as well as ensure full disclosure on all his visits outside the country, since he embodies the image and integrity of our nation, until May 29, 2019", the party said.
"This is especially as Buhari's foreign trips, which come at great costs, have not brought any gains to our country".
"Instead, the president has continued to de-market our nation in the global arena".