The spokesperson said Mr. Jonathan will return to Abuja on Sunday evening at about 8:00 p.m. and will resume work at the Presidential Villa on Monday.
He said the President seized the “opportunity to thank all Nigerians once again for their sympathy, support and prayers for his quick recovery following the announcement of his indisposition”.
“After a thorough evaluation of the President’s symptoms, medically referred to as acute abdomen, the doctors concluded that no surgical intervention was required,” Mr. Abati said.
President Goodluck Jonathan suffered from acute abdominal pain in London but has been treated and declared fit, presidential spokesperson, Reuben Abati, said in a statement on Saturday.
Mr. Jonathan fell ill on Wednesday while in London for the Honorary International Investors Council meeting. He had to miss Thursday’s deliberations of the council.
The president will arrive Abuja on Sunday evening.
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