The absence of President Muhammadu Buhari is causing panic in some quarters.
Within the course of the passing week, the president's departure and the letter he sent to the Senate made for talking points.
Nigerians are still debating the state of the president's health, even as the proper position of the vice president becomes a cause for concern.
Below are 9 quotes that would make one understand in full, the political pressure in the country at the moment.
1. "A 60 year old man can say this? We are in trouble"
Chief Femi Fani-Kayode was lashing out at Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, for comments regarding his relationship with the president.
2. "I feel very much at home in Katsina. Moreso because this is the state of the president who has taken me as a brother"
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has revealed that President Buhari treats him like a son and brother.
Osinbajo made the comment on Thursday, May 11, while attending the Katsina state version of nationwide MSMEs clinics.
4. "Osinbajo should not be afraid of any threat from anywhere"
Princess Hadiza Ibrahim has noted that some cabals are doing everything to kick Osinbajo out of office ahead of 2019 general elections.
5. "I do not want to stay in the town of infidels"
Chibok girls holding AK 47 riffles while professing love and support for their captors, the Boko Haram terrorists.
6. "There's been no 'sulhu' dialogue with govt and there won't be. Only war is between us"
Ahmad Salkida, a top Nigerian journalist, says Abubakar Shekau has released a new video on the 82 Chibok girls that were recently swapped with his commanders.
7. "There are NO more slaves in Nigeria"
Femi Fani-Kayode has described as dangerous the plan by some people to keep Osinbajo away from the position as acting president in the absence of President Buhari.
8. "He told me he was preparing me for a mission"
A 14 year old female suspected suic*de bomber has revealed how Boko Haram leaders chose her to detonate an Improvised Explosive Device in Maiduguri because she refused to get married to their members in Sambisa forest.
9. "If anything happens to Buhari, the north will fight for another 8 years"
Dr Junaid Mohammed has said that due to the political structure of Nigeria, the north will feel entitled to be in power for another eight years if anything happens to President Buhari.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com has carried out a market survey, following the departure of President Buhari.