There were indications on Thursday that the First Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari, has returned to the country after about six months stay in the Middle East.
She had left the country unannounced last year to Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) ostensibly to participate in the wedding ceremony of one of her daughters but had stayed back since then.
The wife of the president is believed to have arrived early on Thursday.
There was no official confirmation of her return as her spokesmen did not their calls on Thursday.
However, activities around her office complex suggested her imminent return to work.
The office has been fumigated and believed to be readied for her resumption.
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