President Buhari has returned to Nigeria after almost two months of stay in London.
Buhari is returning, 49 days after he left the country on a medical vacation.
As a result of the closure of the Abuja airport, the President's plane landed at the Kaduna airport.
The Nigerian Air Force 001 which was carrying the President, touched down at the Air Force Base in Kaduna.
The President was thereafter flown in a helicopter to the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Reports say Buhari may address the nation today after his long absence, in order to quell any concerns over his capacity to govern.
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Buhari's media aide, Femi Adesina broke the news of his Friday return on Thursday night, March 9, 2017.
Buhari left the country on January 19 on a 10-day vacation which he said he would also use to have a medical check-up.
The leave was later extended based on medical advice from his Doctors who said they wanted to carry out further tests.