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The President is ill but is recovering, Nigerians should please continue to pray for our president, and not spread death rumours

Exclusive reports reaching NigerianEye has it that President Muhammadu Buhari who is expected back in Nigeria on Sunday after his 10-day vacation in London will not return as scheduled.




A competent source in the presidency confirmed to NigerianEye on Sunday that the president received medical advice to remain in London while the results of some tests are being awaited


“Mr president is doing fine, and was ready to return to the country on Sunday as planned, but he was advised to run a few more medical tests which will mean, he will not be back on Sunday again” the source said.

The source continued 'As soon as the test results are out, Mr president will be back in Nigeria, Nigerians should please continue to pray for our president, and not spread death rumours, he is doing very fine, and he will be back soon'

What this means is that his doctors are still observing him and have not given him the go ahead to return.


Buhari had penultimate Thursday departed Nigeria for London for a 10-day vacation and was expected to resume work on Monday, February 6.

He had informed the lawmakers that Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo would be performing the duties of the President in acting capacity while he would be away.

This is the third time Buhari would embark on vacation in one year.

He had earlier embarked on a six-day vacation between February 5 and 10, 2016 in London.

He had also embarked on another 10-day vacation on June 6, 2016 to treat an ear infection.

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  1. Hahahaha! who is deceiving who now? who is a liar now, the public or the govt? Tell us the truth ok

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  2. What truth do you want to hear again, Mr rumour Monger, They have said he is ill and is receiving treatment.

    He has handed over to the vice president so there is no vacuum.

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    1. Mr Sola or what do you call yourself, why are you taking it personal? Is like you people are covering something, nonsense but the truth must be out OK.

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    2. Mr Anonymous what exactly are you talking about?? Do you not understand what you just read in the article? If that's the case just say it and I'm sure someone would be glad to explain to you. Stop making unnecessary noise.

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  3. I wish you whatever you wish the president

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    1. E be like say u dey really benefit from this govt.

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  4. All the major faiths teach that we should be considerate of our neighbours particularly the sick. Our culture also teaches consideration to people in their time of weakness. We pray and wish Mr President well even as he recuperates. This is a time for calm. Just as we've had that sick colleague or family member of ours gone or down for a few weeks and we've had them in our thoughts, so have we chosen to have Mr. President in our thoughts. This is even so as there's no vacuum created by his recuperative trip. Let's get back to being humane and kind. Spread if you'd not be an agent of unkindness and harsh words for the ill.

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  5. May the Almighty Allah Continue to give our Amiable President quick Recovery and for those wishing death may died before him. After all we believed every Living thing will definitely die. Those of you that have Negative thinking and death wish you should remain forever Stupid people.

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    1. Mallam Bello, stop being myopic and selfish. Did the authourity tell the masses the true state of his health b4? I thought they said he is hale nd hearty. Y sudden change

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  6. In as much as our president deserves care and medical considerations when needed, Nigerians also deserve to know the true state of his health. He went on leave and Nigerians were not told that he was ill. All of a sudden, the story changed from leave to rest and then to illness. Let this matter be treated with sincerity and openness. Things are hard for many people and they cannot continue to watch this hide and seek games.

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  7. I wish him quick........ Call me and ask me what. 08157735555

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  8. May d lord heal and strengthen him

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  9. May the Lord help the defenceless and hunger-induced poor citizenry of Nigeria, we give them our mandate get wickedness in return. All you causing poverty tears n sorrow to the poor Nigerian's no peace for the wicked, let eveRything begin to work against u!!!

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  10. Any president wey no get better intention for Nigeria. Make death take him life like that of abacha. Yaradua death pain me. If truly say buhari go change this country for good. Make him return home. If him no get better plan for Nigeria. Make we welcome him coffin for airport. God bless Nigeria

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  11. I wish our president speedy recovery...pls dn't ever wish any death no matter d circumstance. We should be our brother' keeper...tnx

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  12. Iwish our president speedy recovery and good health

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