Mixed reactions have been trailing the decision of President MUHAMMADU BUHARI to extend his annual leave after spending ten days in the United Kingdom.
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, TAYO OYETIBO said the development is unfortunate for the country noted that human being could fall ill at any time but the position of the law, which allows Vice President YEMI OSINBAJO to function as acting president must be maintained.
On his part, a leader of the Northern Elders Forum, Professor ANGO ABDULLAHI said nothing is shrouded in secrecy since the President officially handed over executive powers to the Vice President, YEMI OSINBAJO.
Octogenarian Afenifere stalwart, Chief AYO ADEBANJO said since the president himself has told Nigerians that he is not well the best the people can do is to pray for his quick recovery.
For former Minister of Transport, Chief EBENEZER BABATOPE, during the YAR’ADUA time no letter was transmitted to the National Assembly but in the case of BUHARI, a letter has been sent noting anything short of that will put Nigeria into another crisis.