Over six weeks ago, Aisha Buhari had also gone to visit her husband and had brought greetings to Nigerians from president Buhari. "He was at home relaxing and having a good time". "That Sunday meeting was just the beginning".
He said: "Well, how about you thinking about it this way?"
She added that it may also be an attempt to curb "political maneuvering" and maintaining order in the corridors of power in Abuja.
The absences and lack of information have caused tensions in Africa's most populous nation, which faces an ongoing threat from the Boko Haram extremist insurgency and has one of the world's worst humanitarian crises with millions malnourished.
He recently, again, asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign, alleging that he was on life support as opposed to reports that he was recuperating.
Buhari met with the delegation for more than an hour over lunch and "was very cheerful and has not lost any bit of his sense of humor", the statement said.
These include the Boko Haram insurgency and famine-like conditions in the country's northeast, unrest due to militancy in the oil producing Niger Delta region as well as an economy struggling to get back to growth after plunging into recession previous year.
Meantime, the media team of the presidency has said that it is only the medical team of President Buhari who has been on medical vacation since 7th May can determine when the President would return to Nigeria.
A statement signed by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, explained that Buhari had earlier phoned Conde on the subject.
"I am not a doctor and even if I am, it is clear that I am not part of the team that is attending to the President".
Your excellency will be pleased to hear that I am making good progress, and soon as doctors advise, I shall return to my duties and continue serving the Nigerian people who elected me and are daily praying for me.