Pictures: Nigerians Sacrifice Camel In Bauchi In Massive Celebration Of President Buhari’s Return From Sick Leave

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President Muhammadu Buhari returned from a medical leave on Friday March 10 after 50 days in the United Kingdom. Rumours had spread that Mr. Buhari had either died or could no longer walk or talk. But Mr. Buhari, although visibly weak, returned to the country on Friday, walking by himself and talking to family members, friends and the nation. The next day in Bauchi, there was a massive celebration and a camel was sacrificed to mark the return of President Buhari who was elected in 2015 promising to heal Nigeria.

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion

Nigerians celebrate President Buhari’s return in the northern state of Bauchi on 11 March 2017. They also sacrificed a camel for the occasion From

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