President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja after a four-day official visit to Paris, France, to attend the African Finance Summit.
Buhari left Abuja on Sunday and met with French President, Emmanuel Macron, and other world leaders at the event in Paris.
The summit focused on reviewing the African economy following shocks from the coronavirus pandemic and getting relief, especially from increased debt burden on countries.
Buhari was also said to have discussed the growing security threats in Sahel and Lake Chad region, political relations, and economic ties with Macron.
But Buhari landed at the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport in Abuja this evening.
The President returns to the country amid calls for open grazing ban, restructuring, constitutional review, quest for judicial and local government autonomy, strike by members of the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, widespread violence, kidnappings, and killings in all parts of the country.