After returning from three months of medical leave in London for an undisclosed illness, Nigeria’s President Buhari is currently working from home in Abuja.
Presidential spokesperson Malam Garba Shehu told BBC Focus on Africa radio that renovations in Mr Buhari’s office are to blame.
Yesterday, President Buhari gave his first address since returning to the country from the UK on Saturday and made no reference to his health.
The president called for unity in Nigeria, and said he would renew his fight against problems such as the war against Boko Haram militants, a secessionist uprising in the east and clashes between nomadic herdsmen and farmers.
Meanwhile Buhari Tuesday assured the people of South East that his administration will give them their fair share in appointments and allocation of projects.
President Buhari President Buhari gave this assurance on Tuesday when he received a coalition of southeast youths group who were at the Presidential Villa gate to declare support for him.
The President who spoke through his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity Femi Adesina when he received the youth group said the president would do everything possible to keep the nation together.
Leader of the group, Steve Anyata, said they visited to declare support for Buhari’s administration.
He thanked God for bringing the president back home safely from his medical vacation in London.