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Shortly after NigerianEye broke the news about President Buhari's extended vacation, several Nigerians took to the NigerianEye Facebook page to react to Mr President’s letter to the National assembly where he wrote to “extend his leave in order to complete and receive the result of a series of tests recommended by his doctors.”

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  1. Ko si ogbon ti oleda ........ So it is a crime to seek for leave extension. The man handed over power to his deputy who has been carrying on without any hitch. Therefore his absence is not felt unlike Yaradua's case. I don't know the big deal here. It is glaring idle Nigerians are getting swell up daily due to the economic recession

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    1. Let us continue the FOOL's game! the presidency told us the president is not in any hospital as if they have the power to stop today 06/02/2017 from ever coming to be. No problem at all, we are truly fools but remember they that rule over fools are the greater FOOLS.

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  2. The noise is from the opposition, even though things are not going quite well right now, the solution is not to wish the president death.

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  3. Nobody is wishing the man death but for once let us be truthful in this country, this is d only country that the president will be sick and all his aides including adesina will be calling the whole country fools and lie in our faces. This was how Yaradua started and people need to know what exactly is going on. If he cannot continue he should hand over now, must he die there? Abacha, Yaradua, now Buhari?

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  4. Tell me what prayer do we pray for the president, for safe trip back home or what? No one is telling the Nigerian populace what is really wrong with the No.1 citizen. Why won't some people keep speaking evil against him. It's all lies an lies and lies. If he is sick may God grant him divine healing in Jesus Name. And if he is not May God bring him back safely because we want him to finish all that he has started.

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  5. Nothing is wrong with our president only people who don't like him or his ideals wish him death even they still did this morning,
    My own thought goes beyond wishing him dead even though i don't support his policies on economic reforms , but wait a minute aren't we a prayer country , don't we have more churches and mosque in nigeria , don't we have prayer warriors again , let dem pray for the speedy recovery of our president Jare,,, dats my take o . God bless Nigeria , Ayo Akinfeleye

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    1. Nothing is wrong and he is on hold for test result. In as much as I don't wish even my enemy death but repentance, nobody said he was sick. When Mandela was sick b4 his death, ppl gathered in his house hospital public places praying and wishing him well becos they were truthfully informed . So why would you want ppl to pray for the recovery of the president whom they say is not sick? Why won't there be wrong rumours when it is clear he is in the hospital and you say he is not. The lies of the presidents media aids is the cause of all these e don die e never die issues.So let them try the truth for once and see if the same crowd won't post prayers.

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