President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, returned to Nigeria from Paris, France after a four-day official journey.
It will be recalled that the President departed Abuja for a summit in France on Sunday, accompanied by some Ministers, Governors and other top government officials.
After the summit, the presidency confirmed Buhari’s return to Nigeria on Thursday evening.
A statement on the Twitter handle of the presidency reads: “President Buhari arrives Abuja after official trip to Paris, France, for #AfricaFinanceSummit. Follow #PMBinParis for updates from his Trip.”
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated new JF-17 fighter jets to the Nigerian Air Force.
The aircraft was launched at the Makurdi Air Force Base, on the occasion of the 57th anniversary of the Air Force.
”The three aircrafts would boost the operational capacity of the Service and add significant fight against terrorism, insurgency, armed banditry and other forms of criminalities,” said Buhari, who was represented by Defense Minister Bashir Magashi.
He added that he was confident that the Nigerian Air Force would continue to fight terrorism across the country.
He also lauded all the people of the country who stood by the fact that Nigeria was not divided.
He appealed to Nigerians to put aside their ethnic, racial and religious differences so that they can work together and survive together.