President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, arrived Umaru Musa Yar’Adua International Airport ahead of Sallah celebration at his country home in Daura.
The Presidential jet conveying Buhari and some of his aides touched down at the airport at about 5.51p.m.
Gov. Aminu Masari of Katsina state, Minister of State, Aviation, Sen. Hadi Sirika and other government officials were among those at the airport to welcome the President.
The President was later conveyed to Daura by a presidential chopper.
Buhari, who returned to Abuja from London on Aug. 18 after his 10-working-day vacation, had earlier met behind closed doors with security chiefs at the presidential villa, Abuja.
The Chief of Defence Staff, Maj.-Gen. Abayomi Olonisakin, who spoke on the outcome of the meeting, said the president was updated on the security situation across the country.
He said that the meeting focused mainly on the situation in Benue, Zamfara and Taraba States.
He said: “We just had a two and a half hour meeting with the President and Commander-in-Chief.
“We reviewed the security situation across the country- in all the geopolitical zones – and of course, we made all our comments; especially the new operations in Benue, Taraba and Operation Sharan Daji in Zamfara.
“We gave the extent of successes in these operations and we are to continue in this line of action in these operations.
“All the operations were reviewed and all the issues concerning the operations were dealt with.
“He directed that we should continue to step up our game to ensure that the nation is safe and people go about their daily activities in a very safe manner.’’
President Buhari has been observing Eid-el Kabir at his country home, Daura, in the last three years of his presidency.