Will the #president of the Federal Republic of #Nigeria, Muhammadu #Buhari, ever reside in his official residence? Will the controversy surrounding President Buhari staying outside the presidential villa and ruling the nation ever be resolved? What exactly is stopping the president from moving into the presidential villa?
The above questions have been raised for four weeks now and counting, with several reasons suggested as being probable answers to them; if there was ever going to be an end to this curiosity of why President Buhari has refused to relocate to his official quarters, then the president must move into the presidential villa. And, behold, this issue has finally been resolved. #President Buhari now resides in the presidential villa.
Confirming the story on its website, The PUNCH reported that #President Muhammadu Buhari relocated to the Presidential Villa, #Abuja on Sunday evening. He joined his wife, Aisha, who had moved in on Thursday.
Before he finally moved in, the President had in the afternoon of Sunday visited the Presidential Villa where he stayed for about 30 minutes. Those who thought that he had finally relocated to the seat of power were however shocked when Buhari left the premises after spending a few minutes. He later returned finally in the evening.
Now that President Buhari has relocated to the presidential villa, the only lesson from all these is that the president appears not to be in a hurry to address the issues of the nation; he is going to systematically address the needs of the nation at his own time and pace.
Nigerians just have to be prepared to adapt and adjust to the 5th president of the country’s democratic era.
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