Nigerians are irate after the public authority declared that President Muhammadu Buhari will travel London on Tuesday for a 'medical checkup'.
An assertion from the official representative Femi Adesina didn't uncover Buhari's condition however guaranteed Nigerians that the president will get back in the second week of April.
Numerous Nigerians communicated their consternation following Buhari's outings to the UK to lookSome have known as it a waste of taxpayers’ cash even as a few criticized the government’s failure to construct world-magnificence hospitals in Nigeria.
A human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, has recommended Nigerians within the United Kingdom to occupy the London health center wherein Buhari plans to have a clinical checkup.
Buhari has visited London for clinical checkup since he was first inaugurated President on May 29, 2015.
On February 5, 2016, Buhari embarked on a six-day clinical holiday to London for an undisclosed condition.
He spent 104 days in 2017 after an extended trip to london.
Buhari, a retired General who headed a army regime around the 1980s, has always been called out about his fitness level since June when he last went to London for treatment.
He then spent months in London in January and February and stated when he returned to Nigeria in early March that he had "by no means been so ill".
In 2017, there had been a sequence of protests in Abuja disturbing that Buhari come back or step down if he was not fit to continue.
Meanwhile, Nigerian medical doctors will start their strike on April 1, to protest unpaid salaries amongst different important issues.