According to the Cable News President Muhammadu Buhari departed Abuja, Nigeria on Sunday to arrive at Paris, France in time for the Financial Summit.
Cable News further reveals that the meeting is to discuss burning issues in the African continent. Such issues include: the effect of Covid 19 on the African economy, insecurity, debts owed by African countries. To this effect President Muhammadu Buhari is to meet France President Macron and solicit for help in solving the problems bedeviling his country.
However many Nigerians on Twitter are not handling this issue of constant traveling by the president with kid's glove. One Twitter user even asked if the presidential was kind enough to hand over power to Vice President Yemi Osinbanjo? Below are the reactions following the president's recent travel to France.
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