RODENTS ARE KEEPING BUHARI AWAY FROM HIS OFFICE–PRESIDENCY


Abuja-President Muhammadu Buhari, who resumed duties on Monday after 103-days of medical vacation abroad, will operate from his official residence until his office is completly renovated, Presidency said Monday. 
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Shehu Garba, told THISDAY that the president’s office needed renovation because of its devastation by rodents during the president’s long period of absence. 
“Following the three months period of disuse, rodents have caused a lot of damage to the furniture and the air conditioning units,” he said, explaining that it was impossible for his boss to operate from the office in that condition. 
Garba, however, said this would not affect the effectiveness of Buhari’s work since the residence has an annex to the office, adding that the president had been carrying out his duties from home since he resumed. 
Saying he could not tell when the renovation would be completed, the presidential spokesperson stated that the maintenance company that was seen at work on Monday at the Presidential Villa by THISDAY had been asked to speed up its pace of work. 
The president’s decision to work from home got a nod from the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie Oyegun, who said it was in order, explaining that the most important thing was that the president would do his job. 
“What is important is that the job gets done. Whether he does it from his bedroom, or his sitting room, or his ante room, it does not matter. Let the job be done. And the job will be done,” he said.

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AISHA BELONG TO MY KITCHEN AND OTHER ROOM-PRESIDENT BUHARI

 

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President Buhari reacted to his wife’s interview.

President Buhari lambasted his wife while responding to a question in an interview on BBC for criticising his government and saying publicly that she will not support him in 2019 election.

“I don’t know which party my wife belong to but I know Aisha belong to my kitchen, living room and other room”.

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Mrs Aisha Buhari who said in an interview in Hausa language that she might not support her husband come next election because she believes his administration had been hijacked by the cabal.

This response had got the media talking.