While the reasons for President Muhammadu Buhari's "private visit" to London has not been confirmed, media reports show that it is the 11th such visit in four years, with most of them being for medical reasons. Buhari's last trip to the UK was about eight months ago.
Secrecy Continues On Buhari's London Trip
Guardian, 2 May 2019
Seven days into President Muhammadu Buhari's 10-day private visit to the United Kingdom with no public appearance of the president in Britain save for his arrival into the country… Read more »
10 Times Buhari Travelled to London
Guardian, 25 April 2019
Nigerians Thursday morning woke up to the news of its president jetting out of Nigeria to the United Kingdom for the 11th time in four years. Read more »
Buhari Goes to UK, Mulls Final Decision On Cabinet
Daily Trust, 26 April 2019
President Muhammadu yesterday left Nigeria for the United Kingdom on a 10-day private visit during which period, credible sources told the Daily Trust, the president may likely… Read more »
Buhari Travels to UK On 'Private Visit'
Premium Times, 25 April 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari is travelling to the United Kingdom on a private visit, the Nigerian presidency has said. Read more »
Buhari's UK Trip - You Can Say Is for Medical Trip - Femi Adesina
Vanguard, 26 April 2019
The special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari, on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, has reacted to Buhari's private trip to the United Kingdom, UK. Read more »
Buhari to Visit London On 'Private Visit'
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is set to visit London for a private visit, a government statement said on Thursday morning. Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari has been receiving treatment for an unspecified illness in London and is scheduled to return to Nigeria on Saturday. His trip comes after three weeks of ... Read more »
A Federal High Court in Abuja says that information regarding the cost of President Muhammadu Buhari's London treatment is personal and can only be disclosed with his consent. Read more »
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