<blockquote>Almost two years after his last private trip to the United Kingdom, President Muhammad Buhari, will be jetting out of Nigeria on a medical trip to London for the 6th time in six years.<br><br>Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu said Buhari will leave for London, the United Kingdom, on Tuesday for a routine medical check-up and would be back in the country during the second week of April.<br><br>Buharis last medical trip to the UK was in <b>April 2018.</b> But he was in the country in April 2019 on what the Presidency was a private trip. The pandemic might have prevented him from traveling out of the country all through 2020.<br><br>Here are the five times Buhari has been to the UK on medical trip.<br><br><br><b>On June 6, 2016,</b> Buhari left Nigeria for his first medical vacation. The president was away on a 10-day medical trip to London to treat an ear infection. He extended his trip by 3 days to rest. He returned from that journey on June 19, 2016.<br><br><b>On January 19, 2017,</b> the president travelled to the United Kingdom on medical leave and returned on March 10 after spending 51 days out of the country.<br><br><b>Again on May 8, 2017,</b> Buhari travelled to the United Kingdom for medical attention and remained there till August 19, 2017, spending 104 days, a record which surpassed that of the late President Umaru YarAdua.<br><br><b>On September 21, 2017,</b> he travelled from the US to the UK for medical purposes and returned to Abuja on September 25, 2017.<br><br>Four days after returning to Nigeria from the United States were he met with Former President Donald Trump, Buhari returned to the UK for medical reasons on <b>May 8, 2018</b>. He returned to Nigeria on May 11.</blockquote><br><a href="https://m.guardian.ng/news/six-times-buhari-travelled-to-the-uk-for-medical-attention/">https://m.guardian.ng/news/six-times-buhari-travelled-to-the-uk-for-medical-attention/</a> Click here to read full news..