There were sealed lips and frowned faces, and blank looks at Abuja House, London Over the status and return date of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Guardian reporter that visited Abuja House for an update on President’s Buhari’s health on Saturday afternoon was greeted with unwelcoming body language, the official residence of the Nigerian ambassador to the court of St. James’s.
Security operatives also advised the reporter to leave the arena.
“Can you please leave. Stop pressing that buzzer, please. We don’t have information that you are coming, and if you want any appointment with the President, go to the High Commission,” one security staff told The Guardian before signing off from his duty post at 3:00pm.
The Medium also gathered that aides, members of the Commission staff and the two well-wishers who called, kept at bay and some even refused eye contact while some did manage a word or two others just responded with blank looks.