Former military Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd), has left a London hospital, where he was admitted for an unknown ailment.
Abubakar, who clocked 80 last week, had travelled out of the country to seek treatment.
This made him cancel events lined up to mark his entry into the Octogenarian league and also made him miss the Peace Accord signed by governorship candidates in the just concluded Ekiti election.
Abubakar chairs the Peace Committee, which has been playing a pivotal role in elections since 2015.
On Monday, news broke that the former Head of State might have suffered stroke.
The report had created tension among the admirers of the retired General who returned Nigeria to democracy rule in 1999.
But in a post on Monday, the Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said he had visited the elder statesman in the hospital.
Shehu, who took his verified Facebook page, said he visited Abubakar in London, adding that the former Head of State was not in any serious condition.
“Alhamdu Lillahi for Allah’s mercy. I just ended a visit to His Excellency Abdulsalami Abubakar, former Head of State. He is out of hospital in a London apartment and apparently in no serious condition. He was his jovial self, maintaining a keen interest in developments back at home in Nigeria. Please, no cause for alarm,” he wrote.