The Nigerian Senate has read a letter from President Muhammadu buhari on his travel to the United Kingdom for medical check-up.
The letter read was read by Senate president Bukola Saraki during plenary on Tuesday, May 9.
In the letter, the President said he had no definite date for his return as his doctors would be the ones to determine his return date.
President buhari has told the Senate that only his doctors can determine the date of his return
President buhari said his trip to the UK is for a medical follow-up to his initial treatments and tests from his earlier trip to London.
The letter said length of the President’s stay in London will be determined only by his doctors.
There was however a moment of drama after the letter was read when a senator, Mao Ohabunwa faulted the position given to osinbajo in the letter.
Ohabunwa raised a point of order noting that there is no provision in the Nigerian constitution for a coordinating vice president as stated in the President’s letter.