Abuja - President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday left the country for Egypt to attend the Africa Business Forum.
Despite the fact that the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Wednesday, said the President's successive outings is to help correct Nigeria’s bad image in the International community, many Nigerians feel its unnecessary.
In June 2015, the President travelled to Niger Republic, Chad, Germany and South Africa.
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Also in 2015, the President travelled to United States of America in July, Benin Republic in August, Ghana and France in September, India in October, Iran, France and United States of America in November and in December, he travelled to South Africa, Benin Republic.
In 2016, President Buhari has travelled to the United Arab Emirate, Kenya, Ethiopia ,France and United Kingdom.
So, out of his eight months as President, two months have been spent outside the country.
Nigerians on Twitter are urging the President to stay at home to solve the myriads of problems facing the country.
- News 24