Nigerian presidential jet spotted in London as Arsenal depart for Australia

Nigerian presidential jet spotted in London as Arsenal depart for Australia

- The Nigerian official presidential jet is still in London as at Sunday night, July 9

- President Muhammadu Buhari returned to UK on May 7 for a routine check-up

- The jet was spotted in photos as Arsenal delegates depart Stansted Airport for Australia

The Nigerian presidential jet was spotted in London on Sunday night, June 9 as Arsenal delegates boarded another aircraft at Stansted Airport en-route Australia for their pre-season tour.

The exotic plane has been parked there since President Muhammadu Buhari traveled to London for routine medical check-up, which is over 63-days now.

It was alleged that it costs a whopping £4000 (about N1.7million) every 24 hours to use a parking lot.

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Nigerian presidential jet spotted in London as Arsenal depart for Australia (photos)

Nigerian presidential jet spotted at Stansted Airport, London. Photo Credit: Rabiu Biyora, Facebook

This has raised concerns in the minds of Nigerians as to why the aircraft is 'waiting' for the president to get well.

Spokesperson of the president Femi Adesina on May 7, 2017 had disclosed that the length of the president’s stay away is to be determined by his “London doctors.”

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Recall that a staunch and vocal critic of the president, Governor Ayodele Fayose, alleged that Buhari has been on life-support since June 2017 at a West End London hospital.

With no word concerning his health, the president’s wife Aisha also traveled yet again on July 3 to see her ailing husband.

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Source: Naija.ng

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