Breaking: Buhari departs China for Abuja (video)

Breaking: Buhari departs China for Abuja (video)

President Muhammadu Buhari has, on Thursday, September 6, departed the Beijing Capital International Airport for Abuja after attending the Forum on China-Africa Corporation (FOCAC) 2018 Summit in Beijing, China.

The president's assistant on new media disclosed this via his official Twitter handle, @BashirAhmaad.

"President Muhammadu Buhari departs the Beijing Capital International Airport for Abuja after attending the #FOCAC2018 in Beijing, China," he tweeted.

The summit which is themed Towards an even Stronger China-Africa Community with a shared Future was held between September 3 and 4.

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President Buhari was accompanied accompanied by one of his daughters and wife, Aisha, who participated in a Spouses’ Programme on China-Africa at the Great Hall of the People, under the theme, Joining Hands for a Future of AIDS.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had previously reported that the official spokesperson of the Buhari 2019 campaign organisation, Festus Keyamo, revealed that over 100 interest groups scrambled to buy the presidential nomination form of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for President Buhari.

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Keyamo, who is the director, strategic communications of the president's campaign team, revealed this via his Twitter account on Thursday, September 6.

He said the group who eventually bought the form on Wednesday, September 5, “beat other groups to purchase the nomination form for Buhari.”

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Source: Naija.ng

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