Meanwhile, The National Coalition of Niger Delta Ex-Agitators (NCNDE-A), has urged those who peddled false reports on President Muhammadu Buhari´s health to apologise to Nigerians for misinformation.
President Muhammadu Buhari returns to the country later today, after receiving medical attention in London.
The President who is said to have departed London this morning is expected to arrive at about 3pm this afternoon.
On his part, Chairman, Senate Committee on Agriculture, Sen.
2017. Sources also revealed that the broadcast will be pre recorded as the president is not fit enough to do a live broadcast.
"From the turnout today, it is very clear that Nigerians really love this man", he said.
Shah Rukh Khan visits recuperating Dilip Kumar
After being hospitalised for a week, he is now resting at home and his "mooh-bola" son Shah Rukh Khan paid him a visit recently. So is family friend Salim Khan and his son Salman. "They often drop by, on festivals and occasions like Saab's birthday".
On both occasions, he handed over power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
The president is "fully recovered, fired up and ready to lead", Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama said on Twitter.
"We are still very hopeful that the president will continue with the good work of reshaping and repositioning the economy of the country".
"We pray that God should give him divine health to be able to carry out his assignment, particularly fight against corruption".
"The only advice is that there should not be any "sacred cow".
"President Buhari will not be the first person that will fall ill neither will he be the last".
He said many Nigerians believed so much in the President's ability to alleviate their sufferings, pointing out that the hope of such people should not be dashed.