Dictator Buhari has returned to Nigeria after leaving the country on Monday, July 26, 2021 to attend the Global Education Summit, after which he decided to go for his usual medical treatments.
The dictator reportedly touched down at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, today, August 13 at about 18:45.
On August 12, CitizensAlert reported that the Nigerian dictator visited Tinubu in London following the Lagos politician’s second surgery in one month. Both dictator Buhari and Bola Tinubu were on medical tourism when the former visited the latter.
This is happening at a time when medical practitioners in Nigeria are presently on an indefinite strike, with the Buhari dictatorship refusing to meet their simple demands and resorting to threatening the doctors instead.
Recall that in the run up to the 2015 presidential election, dictator Buhari, who at the time was desperately begging Nigerians for votes, fraudulently pledged to transform the Nigerian healthcare system, including stopping public office holders from embarking on medical tourism in Europe or anywhere else. However, not only did the tyrant disown his own campaign pledge of transforming the health sector, he equally broke his own promise on several occasions by becoming the first public office holder to embark on medical tourism.