Amid anxiety, controversies at home African Union Heads of States and Gov'ts reportedly observe one-minute silence in memory of Nigeria's President

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AS Buhari's death rumour continues to spread across the world like wildfire with repeated denials by the Nigerian government, African Union Heads of states and government reportedly held a one-minute silence in honor and memory of the 'departed' Nigerian leader, President Muhammadu Buhari.
The one-minute silence was held on Monday, January 29, 2017 at the 28th ordinary session of the AU summit in the African diplomatic capital of Adis Ababa, Ethiopia.
It was, however, reported during the official opening session at the Summit, the Chadian President Idris Derby Idno, who is also the current Chairman of the continental body urged his counterparts to stand up for a one-minute silence for ''our departed late brother'', the president of Nigeria. 

But the Nigerian government in a swift reaction has repeatedly and consistently denied the report, dismissing it with a trivial hand as a rumour while threatening fire and brimstone on the President's ill-wishers insisting that the President is hale and hearty and only taking a rest from work on vacation in the UK.
The president of Africa's most populous nation departed Nigeria on January 19, 2017 for a 10-day vacation which expired on January 29, 2017 thus giving rise to worries and anxiety by many Nigerians across the world about the whereabouts of their president.
Meanwhile, the Vice President, Yemi Osibanjo, a Professor of Law, has since assumed duties as Nigeria's  Acting President until his anticipated return.

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