Presently there are 232 cases out of which 33 has been discharged having tested negative to the pandemic disease while 5 deaths has been recorded.
This is not the first time Mr Buhari has been asked to step aside.
Of the five new cases, three were discovered in the Federal Capital Territory while two cases were confirmed in Oyo.
With the latest update as at press time, the country has recorded 65 cases of the pandemic disease which originated from China.
Following the new cases, the country now has a total of 65 cases including one death recorded.
Mohammed also described as fake news the speculation on social media that President Muhammadu Buhari has shown symptoms of the pandemic disease.
Out of the 51 confirmed cases, 48 are active, 2 have been discharged while 1 death has been recorded.
Meanwhile, Mr Buhari has reportedly gone into self-isolation after he was discovered to be constant cough which is one of the symptoms of the disease.
The NCDC in a statement said the two cases returned to the country in the last one week.
Mr Kyari returned to the country on March 14th from Germany, one of the high risk countries battling with the disease.