Buhari Off to United Kingdom for Medicals

Buhari Off to United Kingdom for Medicals

Buhari Off to United Kingdom for Medicals

"No one is sure of what illness the president is suffering from".

"Would it be a bad thing for Nigeria to have the best healthcare in the world?"

Mr. Buhari's reluctantly have insisted the president is more healthy and capable of conducting, promising his political enemies are still fueling any health concerns to attack him.

Aisha on her Twitter page urged Buhari to be a good leader and provide the best healthcare for Nigerians in the world instead of travelling overseas for medicals. In January 2017, he spent another 50 days in London undergoing what his handlers described as "routine medical check-ups", but which the president, on his return, confessed to be full blown treatment and that he had never been so sick all his life.

Speaking at the event, wife of Katsina State Governor, Hadiza Masari, said they are drumming support for Buhari due to his purposeful leadership and all round development of the country at large, including war against corruption, security and women empowerment.

The President strongly condemns the latest massacre of innocent Nigerians in the area. His return from that trip was however greeted with much anxiety after he over stayed.

Last month, the President travelled a week earlier for the 25th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings.

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President Muhammadu Buhari is set to depart Nigeria for the United Kingdom for medicals, the Presidency said on Monday. And we believe that if he has done anything wrong, let him be taken to court in a good manner and not like a common criminal.

The President would undergo "routine medical check-ups" during the vacation before returning to work on February 6, he said.

He said the visit would last between May 14 and May 15.

Buhari himself tweeted to inform his nation that he will travel to London for a health checkup on Tuesday.

This has generated mixed reaction with many making references to President Buhari "technical stopover" in London during his recent US-trip.

Ologbondiyan said "The admission, though belated and coming after intense public pressure, has put to rest speculations on the health status of the President".

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