Monday, 6 June 2016


By: Ifeanyi Okonkwo

President Muhammadu Buhari departed Nigeria to London on a ten day vocation to attend to his health problem which comprises of ear infection among other illnesses.
The President’s vocation was contained in a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina. 
President Buhari
During the holiday, he will see an E.N.T specialist for a persistent ear infection.
The President was examined by his personnel physician and an E.N.T specialist in Abuja and was treated. Report has it that both Nigeria doctors recommended further evaluation purely as a precaution.

 You would recall that the President was represented by his Vice, Vice President Osinbajo, on his scheduled visit to Rivers State and also  represented the President at Senegal, last week duo to his health challenges.

Nigerians especially Plateau State residents have reacted on the current health issues of President Muhammadu Buhari and his consistent absence from office,  stating that his administrative activeness is nothing to write home about.

Speaking to our Correspondent today in Jos, the Plateau State capital,  Prince Kenechukwu, a graduate from University of Jos, while expressing his disappointment on the President’s performance after one year of his administration, stressing that ‘’it’s obvious that Mr. President is not fit enough to govern this nation, he should just resign. We cannot continue to have a President who hardly stays to govern the country. He stated.

You would recall that President Buhari had contested three times to be on the seat he is now occupying before finally securing a victory in the 2015 general election.

 Another contributor to the issue who pleaded anonymity said, ‘’it’s really unfortunate that we have a sick leader, the truth of the matter is that the country is even more sick than the President and all I can say is that I wish him quick recovery, he added.  
For Amos Sule, Nigerians should give proper attention to the country to the sick country if not, “it would be a shame that we will don’t have money to pay his medical bills in the nearest future. You know the country is already broke financially, as the administration of President Buhari under the APC is making us know.”       

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