The name Buhari is seem to be silent in the every quarters in Nigeria, while his vice Yemi Osinbajo makes the headlines and hits the air waves.
While the sick president, Muhammadu Buhari enjoys his long rest in UK, the acting president Yemi Osinbajo also enjoys every spot in the country. He was caught conducting a spot check on the public toilets at Lagos international airport.
The clear aim, it seems, is to give the impression of business as usual while President Muhammadu Buhari is nearly 5,000 kilometres (3,000 miles) away in London on medical leave.
Federal government appears keen to avoid the impression of a political vacuum, as occured in 2010 when Umaru Yar’Adua fell ill and later died while being treated abroad. Since President Buhari, 74, left for the British capital on January 19 2017, his assistant 59-year-old Osinbajo is hardly been out of the newspapers headlines or off the television news. His consensual style — and short stature — have stood in marked contrast to the rangy Buhari, an uncompromising former army general who headed a military government in the 1980s. Read in full here