President Muhammadu Buhari and his entourages have arrived Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, over hours delay due to technical fault that made the presidential jet to make an emergency landing in an undisclosed country many Nigerians suspected to be Switzerland.
Switzerland is one of the countries where monies looted by the former Head of State, General Sani Abacha were stashed.
Abuja to Switzerland is about 5 hours and some minutes flight journey. While Abuja to Seoul, South Korea is estimated to last 14 hours, 30 minutes or 16 hours approximately if the plane made a normal stop over for refuelling without the passengers or loaded traffic disembarking from the aircraft.
Photograph posted by Buhari Sallau saw President Muhammadu Buhari entering the plane, using Swissport moveable mobile stairs, after the said technical stop over at an undisclosed country.
Many Nigerians reacted via Facebook page of Buhari Sallau, President Muhammadu Buhari personal media aide who broke the news that the presidential jet made a technical stop over in an undisclosed location.
The Nigerian facebook users said the undisclosed location is Switzerland, backing their claim with the fact that the moveable mobile stairs vehicle bears Swissport.
South Korea is 8 hours ahead of Nigeria by time. Meaning, a flight that leaves Nigeria by Sunday afternoon is expected to land in Seoul, South Korea by Monday morning, latest around 11a.m.
President Muhammadu Buhari and other entourages onboard the presidential jet arrived Seoul, South Korea on Monday afternoon against expected early hours of Monday morning after the aircraft departed from Nigeria around noon on Sunday, ahead of the 1st World Bio Summit scheduled to hold on 25th October, 2022.
The weather condition, according to photographs made available by the presidency, indicated that President Muhammadu Buhari and his entourages arrived Seoul afternoon of Monday, 24, October, 2022, according to South Korea local time.