Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State and minister of health have come under heavy attack following their presence at Presidential villa on Wednesday night to welcome Buhari’s son , Yusuf.
Yusuf was received at the airport by Minister of Health (State) Dr. Osagie on his return from Germany for treatment.
Recall that Yusuf and his friend, Bashir Gwandu, were severely injured in a bike accident along Gwarimpa road in Abuja on December 26, 2017.
He was initially admitted at Cedarcrest Hospital, Abuja where he received immediate treatment before been flown to Germany.
However, Nigerians have berated Gov Bello for his presence at the Villa on unofficial meeting instead of running the affairs of his state. Similarly, Dr Osagie was also blasted for joining in welcoming the President’s son.
Here are some comments
@jeremiahomada “Gov. Yahaya Bello left Kogi on a workday to welcome Yusuf Buhari…this man is so caring. We will be delivered!
@iam_2gunz Yahya bello travelled all the way from Kogi to Abuja to welcome Yusuf Buhari, a Private citizen when we are talking about incompetency Yahya bello should come first, Vote that can out.
@danielseun “Is Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello a staff in the Villa?
@sampam “Madam while hailing Yaya Bello – the epitome of failure, tell him the people of Kogi have no appreciation, goodwill or good prayers to offer on his behalf. Be bold to tell a friend of your family the truth, that’s what matters more Mrs Buhari.
@enwagboso “I am glad he has recovered fully. Thanks to God. Amen.But,Minister of State for Health was on ground to welcome the President’s son? A minister of the FRN on ground to welcome the President’s son?!
@mojayzone “This has become royalty. When a Minister of a Federal Republic abandons his duty post to be at the airport to welcome the President’s SON? This is unbelievable!!
@titops “Thank God for his mercy, however is it in the minister’s job description to receive him at the airport?
@kwenthusaiast1 “Yaya seems to be the least busy governor.Thank God for the boy’s safe return.”