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"See" The Number Of Times President Muhammadu Buhari Has Travelled To UK

Premium News made it known that Muhammadu Buhari is set to travel to London for medical check up and he will proceed on 30th March 2021

In a statement on Monday night, presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina said the president will travel on Tuesday and will return in about a fortnight

As we all know this is not the first time President Muhammadu Buhari is traveling to London, UK for one reason or the other. Today's article will show you the number of times Muhammadu Buhari had travelled to United Kingdom

1) 2016 (Muhammadu Buhari trip to UK)

Eight months after Muhammadu Buhari became president of Nigeria, in February 5, 2016, he travelled to UK for his first holiday and return on February 10, 2016

He attended first ever Anti-Corruption summit in the United kingdom from 13th to 15th May 2016, where many Leaders from Africa were around

2) 2017

On 17th May to 13th August 20, 2017, Buhari visited London on sick leave after that he take another trip to London for holiday on 21 to 25th September

3) 2018

On 9th to 19th April 2018, Muhammadu Buhari visited London for a meeting of Common Wealth Nation and during that year, he also went to London on transit

4) 2019

On 25th April to 5th May, 2019, President Buhari travelled to United Kingdom for a private visit

5) 2020

The Nigerian President departed from Abuja to London to participate for the first UK-Africa investment summit that happened on 20th January 2020

6) 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari takes off to London for medical check-up on 30th March 2021 and he will return in about a fortnight

The exact sickness or health challenge that president Muhammadu Buhari is facing is not known publicly. Both the Government of Nigeria, the president office and Buhari's family had decided to keep it as a secret

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