President Buhari in London, says I'm OK, need to obey doctors' orders
President Muhammadu Buhari stepping out ahead of the Presidential Media Team which was with him in London
President Buhari sharing the content of the message in the "Get-Well' card presented to him by the Presidential Media Team
President Buhari sharing the content of the message in the “Get-Well’ card presented to him by the Presidential Media Team
Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed (left), signs and MoU with visiting Chinese Minister of The State Council, Information Office Guo Weimin, in the area of media and cultural relations, on Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, at Abuja
Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed signs and MoU with visiting Chinese Minister of The State Council
Acting President in Kebbi

Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, at the inauguration of the N10billion WACOT Rice Mill in.

This is Holy Trinity Elementary School, Lokoja, Kogi State. It is the first primary school in Northern Nigeria established by Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther in 1865. It is called the mother of all schools in Northern Nigeria. The school is one of the historical sites to be upgraded as a Monument by the Nigeria Museum.
First primary school in Northern Nigeria

This is Holy Trinity Elementary School, Lokoja, Kogi State. It is the first primary school.

The Freed Chibok Girls
The Freed Chibok Girls
Aid workers evacuating corpses of the 3 suspected suicide bombers at the scene
Aid workers evacuating corpses of the 3 suspected suicide bombers at the scene

Aid workers evacuating corpses of the 3 suspected suicide bombers at the scene

1990 Site in Lokoja for Remembrance
1990 Site in Lokoja for Remembrance
Lord Luggard's apartment in Lokoja
Lord Luggard’s apartment in Lokoja

This is Lord Fredrick Luggard’s Rest House on Mount Patti , Lokoja. The house preceded.

Front view of the 2-storey building where 'Adunni Olorisa' lived and died in Osun State
Front view of the 2-storey building where ‘Adunni Olorisa’ lived and died in Osun State

Front view of the 2-storey building where ‘Adunni Olorisa’ lived and died in Osogbo, Osun.