I Want to Return Home, but ... - Says President Buhari

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 13, 2017

President Muhammadu Buhari has disclosed that his health has tremendously improved but he is only waiting for his doctors to give the green light before he returns home.

On the forthcoming election of a new leadership for the African Union Commission (AUC), President Buhari said African States need a very strong leadership at the AUC that will encourage member states to refocus their resources and energy towards human and national development.

The meeting came amid growing media hysteria about the president's medical vacation since May 7, which marked the second time he would be transmitting power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to travel overseas for medical treatment. "Here, the doctor is absolutely in charge", he said.

Buhari, who spoke 96 days after he commenced the latest round of his medical vacation overseas, yesterday, was quoted as saying: "I have learnt to obey my doctors' orders rather than being the one issuing the orders".

When asked about how he felt about the theories about his health, President Buhari who said he has followed events in the country in his absence was "amused", according to the statement.

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The visiting team, led by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed; include the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina; the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, the Personal Assistant on Digital/Online Media, Laureta Onochie and the Senior Special Assistant on Diaspora Matters, Abike Dabiri-Erewa. I thank all those who are praying.

The WHISTLER recalls that President Buhari left Nigeria since May 7 for medical consultation in London and is believed to be gearing up to return to the country anytime soon. "May God reward them", the president.

In the photographs released yesterday, the president was seen smiling as he looked at a get-well-soon card presented to him by his media aides.

If Buhari does not stand, it could also lead to greater ethnic and religious tensions in Nigeria, long riven by divisions between the largely Muslim north and the mostly Christian south.

But whereas anti-Buhari protesters were brutalised by the police with some of them hospitalised, the pro-Buhari protesters enjoyed police protection.

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