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Nigeria’s Buhari returns to Abuja after private visit to London. He violated the constitution by not handing over to his deputy Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 24, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Nigeria after an official trip to Saudi Arabia and a private stay in London, United Kingdom.

Mr. Buhari violated the constitution by not handing power over to his deputy, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, while he was on his private visit.

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Buhari and Osinbajo are said to be loggerheads although officially they put on a bright face.

Mr. Buhari has been in the news lately for jailing opponents, journalists and activists and disobeying court orders, raising the prospect of a return to dictatorship in Nigeria.

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President Buhari returns to Abuja after a Private Visit to London on 15th Nov 2019
President Buhari returns to Abuja after a Private Visit to London on 15th Nov 2019
President Buhari returns to Abuja after a Private Visit to London on 15th Nov 2019
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