President Tinubu Returns to Nigeria Following European Trip, Ending Speculations on His Whereabouts

President Tinubu has arrived back in Nigeria after a successful trip to Europe, according to a statement from the Presidency. The President had embarked on the journey over two weeks ago, initially traveling to the Kingdom of The Netherlands for a meeting with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Following the meeting, he proceeded to Saudi Arabia to participate in a special World Economic Forum (WEF).

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Bayo Onanuga, the Special Adviser to the President on Information and Strategy, shared the news of President Tinubu’s return in a post on his official social media handle, warmly welcoming him home. The President’s absence had led to speculation about his whereabouts, as he had not returned to Nigeria as initially expected after the WEF meeting in Saudi Arabia.

On April 22, President Tinubu left Abuja for The Netherlands on an official visit, responding to an invitation from Prime Minister Mark Rutte. Subsequently, he traveled to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he attended the special WEF gathering held between April 28 and 29. Following the conclusion of the forum, President Tinubu’s return to Nigeria has put an end to the speculation surrounding his prolonged absence.

The details of President Tinubu’s engagements during his European trip have not been disclosed at this time. However, his return signifies his commitment to his presidential duties and the continued pursuit of diplomatic relations with other nations.

President Tinubu’s successful completion of his European trip and subsequent return to Nigeria reaffirm his active involvement in international affairs and his dedication to serving the Nigerian people.

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