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Buhari President reportedly avoids meeting Saraki

Sources alleged that after the two exchanged pleasantries at the APC’s National Executive Council meeting penultimate Friday, Buhari has resisted moves to meet with Saraki.

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President Muhammadu Buhari is reportedly avoiding circumstances or events to meet with Senate President, Bukola Saraki.

Sources alleged that after the two exchanged pleasantries at the APC’s National Executive Council meeting penultimate Friday, Buhari has resisted moves to meet with Saraki.

In a recent report by The Punch, Saraki is touted to have been making frantic efforts to meet with the president after their first meeting all to no avail.

The report also claimed that an official in the Presidency disclosed that Buhari and Saraki had only met once since the former Kwara State governor emerged the leader of the senate.

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Saraki and Buhari

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Multiple reports claimed that President decided to avoid Saraki after the Senator defied the All Progressive Congress to emerge the Senate President.

‘The truth is that the President is still displeased with what transpired in the National Assembly, especially the Senate.

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‘Their encounter during the APC National Executive Council meeting, when they shook hands, was the first meeting between President Buhari and Saraki since he emerged as the President of the Senate,’ a source told The Punch.

While the Special Adviser to President Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina declined comments, the Special Adviser to the Senate President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Yusuph Olaniyonu, said there was no cause for alarm maintaining all is well between the two.

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