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Buhari writes the Nigerian who sent him a card, flowers while on medical leave in London


The Nigerian well-wisher, Akinjide Ajisafe, who dropped a goodwill card and flower for President Muhammadu Buhari in February, when he was in London on medical vacation received a thank you letter in return on Monday. .
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Buhari sent the letter through the Nigerian High Commission, London. The letter was signed by a special assistant at the Presidency, Abuja, Mr. Sabiu Yusuf. It was delivered by the Administrative Officer at the high commission, Mr. Raphael Orisamakin to Ajisafe.
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It reads: “I write on the directive of his Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari to acknowledge with thanks the receipts of your goodwill message sent to him while on medical vacation in London.
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Mr. President sincerely appreciates your concern and support and especially your good wishes and prayers for his quick recovery. I am pleased to inform you that Mr. President arrived Nigeria safely and has resumed office to continue his duties and stands resolute in the pursuit of rebuilding Nigeria.
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While Mr. President continues to count on the support and the prayers of well-meaning Nigerians in Diaspora like you, please accept the assurances of his Excellency’s warm personal regards.” Ajisafe had previously wished the president to get well quick. .
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He wrote: “May the prayers and blessings of good health I am sending with these flowers make you stronger and healthy. “Mr. President, I am sure if you have looked outside, right in London, the sun of Allah is shining and he is telling you to get well.
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Many are so eager to have you back, especially in terms of the stability of the country. I hope this little card and flower help a little to know how lovingly you are thought of by many of us in UK. “May Allah continue to guide, bless and direct you to the right path.” 

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