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Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari will soon return from his medical leave overseas.


Bello made this statement when he led eminent people of the country to pray for the quick recovery of President Buhari, who is on medical vacation in London.

The governor at the prayer said the President would soon return to the country to continue the good work of redirecting the course of the country.

The prayer which was held during the jumat prayer observed at the Government House mosque, Lokoja, was attended by a former governor of Kano state, Senator Kabiru Gaya. Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State.

The governor said, “President Muhammadu Buhari is the man the world see when they look at Nigeria. He is Africa’s number one anti-corruption crusader whose integrity has helped rebound the nation’s global respectability.

“We are gathered here today to pray for the full recovery of Mr. President for him to return to the country and continue his good work of refixing Nigeria. May Allah grant him good health and our nation, greatness.”

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  1. I can can compare Buhari with Sardauna of Sokoto in terms Descipline, Honesty and Transparency what a leader. May God give him long life and strngth to continue his good work

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  2. I can can compare Buhari with Sardauna of Sokoto in terms Descipline, Honesty and Transparency what a leader. May God give him long life and strngth to continue his good work

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  3. I can can compare Buhari with Sardauna of Sokoto in terms Descipline, Honesty and Transparency what a leader. May God give him long life and strngth to continue his good work

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  4. Buhari is no longer at ease. Just bring his remains back to the country and give him a befitting state burial. Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state prophesied PMB's demise when he said no to state burial in 2015. It's unfortunately has come to pass in 2017.

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    1. I'm in my house, come and beat me for telling the truth. If he is still alive, as they claim, why hasn't he said anything to his people, in this ultra-fast age of social media? That is stressing the point. What about a picture of his medical rehabilitation, to allay fears of what everyone is already thinking?

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