Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari has vowed that he would not spare anyone found guilty of any corrupt practice or sabotaging the nation’s economy.

The President gave the assurance when he spoke in an interview on arrival from London on Saturday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, after his 10 working day vacation.

Buhari, who was reacting to happenings during his absence, including the cases of defections by politicians, said the incidents were part of the beauty of democracy.

He, however, advised all eligible Nigerians to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to enable them elect public officers of their choice.

The President was received by a large crowd of well-wishers, party supporters, and other Nigerians.

The Air Force jet carrying the President landed at the Nnamdi Azikiwe international Airport Abuja at about 6.38p.m.

Those at the airport to welcome him included Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi; Service Chiefs; Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Malam Musa Bello and Secretary to the Government of the Federation Boss Mustapha.

Others at the airport were the Chief of Staff, Malam Abba Kyari, the acting chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu and members of the presidential media team.

The return of the president has put to rest the social media report that he had extended his vacation in London.

Buhari on Aug. 3 commenced a 10 working day holiday and transmitted a letter to the President of the Senate and the Speaker, House of Representatives to that effect in compliance with Section 145 (1) of the 1999 Constitution.

While the president was in London, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo acted on his behalf in line with the constitution