An online news platform, citing a 'highly placed source' at the Presidency, said the doctors comprise of two males and one female - all Caucasians.
According to Sahara reporters, the doctors, who are said to be all British, arrived the Presidential Villa on Thursday, May 4.
The online news platform, citing a 'highly placed source' at the Presidency, said the doctors comprise of two males and one female.
Buhari has remained in his official residence for two weeks - the Presidency says this is on doctors' recommendation.
With the President's minders, including his wife, Aisha, insisting that his illness is not as bad as it is being speculated, inside sources say Buhari is emaciating by the day.
Although the Presidency has refused to disclose the nature of Buhari's ailment, Sahara Reporters sources claim the President is suffering from Crohn's Disease, an intestinal disorder.
The report said Buhari also has prostate issues as well as age-related disorders, including early-stage dementia.
The President's official age is 74.
It was gathered that he may be flown to Britain on May 10 for further treatment.