A katsina state man has hosted a Ram party to celebrate the return of the president from his UK trip.
Critics have called out the president for leaving the country to seek medical care elsewhere, when the country's health sector needs a total revamp.
The staunch supporter of the president invited friends and family members to what he described as a joyous occasion to celebrate the return of his mentor and president.
This is not the first time that Rabiu will be throwing a party to honour the president's return from a UK trip, he and his fellow staunch Buhari supporters are always happy whenever the president arrives home safely.
Rabiu hosted the party at dusk, to enable guests to break their fast at his party. The party was attended by a crowed of about 40 persons. Rabiu described the turnout as low, compared to similar parties that was hosted by him and his fellow Buhari supporters which attracted over 300 people.
Despite the harsh economic climate in the country, Abubakar Rabiu and his fellow staunch supporters of President Buhari still maintains that, the president is the best thing that happened to this country in recent times.
Rabiu urged all Nigerians to continue to pray for their leaders so as to achieve peace, unity and progress.
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