Yemi Osinbajo today March 13, 2017 said he’s reverting back to his regular position as Nigeria’s vice president, close to two months he acted as the president.
The vice president told State House reporters that President Muhammadu Buhari “was reasonably satisfied with my position while he was away.”
Osinbajo said all his decisions while the president was on medical vacation received the approval of the president.
“The president is always giving me several responsibilities, but what we must always recognise is that the way this administration works has always been one of team work,” he said.
“There is very little that is done without the president’s clearance. Even these responsibilities that are constitutional, we have full discussions on them and reach agreement on a lot of these issues.
“Practically everything; I discuss fully with him and have his endorsement before we go on and do it,” Osinbajo said.
President Buhari left for the UK on January 19 for medical vacation, and his presidential jet touched Nigerian soil on Friday, March 10, 2017 amid jubilation.
Details of his health condition isn’t revealed, though, he admitted that he’d never been so ill.