Buhari received the chairman of the National Peace Accord Committee on Sunday, June 2.
President Buhari left Nigeria for Saudi Arabia on Thursday, May 30, a day after his inauguration for the the 14th OIC summit.
The president, who arrived Makkah on Thursday evening, May 30, via the royal terminal of King AbdulAziz International Airport Jeddah, was received by senior officials of the government of Saudi Arabia led by the deputy governor of Mecca Province Prince Abdullah Bin Bandar Bin Abdulaziz.
He joined about 53 world leaders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Saturday, June 1, for the opening of the summit, attended by all heads of state and governments of member countries.
Since Nigeria joined the OIC in 1986, President Buhari becomes the third Nigerian leader to attend its conference in person, after the late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua and his predecessor in office Goodluck Jonathan.
His trip and attendance of the summit has been criticised by many, who are already speculating it is part of an alleged plot to Islamise Nigeria.