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Yusuf Buhari, the son of Nigeria's President who was critically injured during a drag-racing motorbike accident in Gwanripa neighbourhood in Abuja last December will be heading to Germany for further medical treatment, according to Saharareporters.

According to the outlet, Yusuf will be transferred tonight to St. Josefs Hospital in Wiesbaden, Germany where he will receive comprehensive treatment that my last for weeks. .

He will be accompanied by his mother, Aisha Buhari, the daughter of the President, Mrs. Halima Buhari-Sheriff,  the personal physician to the first lady, Dr. Kamal Mohammed and three other aides. 

Medical sources said Yusuf had remained largely unresponsive to treatment at Cedarcrest Hospital where he was first taken after the bike accident in Abuja.
The hospital where Yusuf will be taken to receive treatment

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  1. Poor lad, may AllahSWT grant u divine healing.

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  2. Wish you well in Jesus name. David

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  3. Can someone please help me understand why doctors trained abroad are always failed the Nigerian Medical and Dental council exams? Yet when the dignitaries fall sick, they fly to the same countries where were trained... Makes sense?

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    1. One of the reasons is that generally Nigerian instructors/teachers/lecturers will like students to answer exams by using their words/sentences directly ( copy and paste). They don't think outside the box to proffer solutions to problems neither do they like students to think and come up with solutions. Our Nigerian method of education is to read what is written, memorise it and pour it back as answers. No wonder we are not creative, inventive and innovative in our society. whereas in abroad they value individual's ability to think and come up with ideas that solve problems or questions. They teach and prepare students this way in abroad. Students that attempt answering Nigerian exams with their thinking ability, knowledge, ideas and insight AND NOT with the lecturers words and sentences will be marked wrong in Nigeria. Secondly, Nigerian lecturers prefer bulky sentences as answers even if such answers are "padded" with nonsense it becomes right once the write up appears bulky. But in abroad the examiners are interested in what is correct idea as answers even if it is just a few sentences. So Nigerians that schooled in abroad do not know how to "correctly answer exams" back at home in Nigeria.

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