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>> Returning home to Nigeria after seven weeks of medical leave in Britain, President Muhammadu Buhari walking stiffly but unaided off the plane telling officials he was feeling much better and ready to perform his duties according to state television. And the Nigerian boss rising to a one month high in response.
For almost two months his deputy has been in charge, moved to allay concerns that no one was at the helm. In that time, Yemi Osinbajo has stamped his authority on economic policy in Africa's top oil producer. He chaired cabinet meetings and finished an economic reform plan to secure a world bank loan, to help plug a deficit caused by low oil reserves.
Osinbajo also travelled several times to the Niger Delta oil hub, hoping to calm tensions with militants attacking the facilities there. A region Buhari has largely ignored.>>
]>> The details of the president's medical condition are still not clear. Officials refusing to disclose any information. Saying only that he underwent routine tests.
Buhari adding on Friday that he'll more rest and further tests. Secrecy that has only fueled speculation that his condition is much worse than the government likes to admit.