Buhari leaves for London

Buhari leaves for London

Buhari leaves for London

In a a phone-in-interview on Channels Television Breakfast Programme, Sunrise Daily, Adesina said this while reacting to question about the President's ailment deserving another trip to London, United Kingdom.

Speaking with Vanguard, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Ita Enang said President Buhari was still on duty, but only going for medical attention.

Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, had last Monday, disclosed that Buhari was expected to leave, yesterday, for a four-day trip based on his doctor's request.

The President returned for treatment on May 7, 2017 and came back home 103 days after.

Giving itinerary of Buhari's trip, the Presidential spokesperson said Buhari after his return from the United Kingdom will visit Jigawa State. "I look forward to my 2-day State Visit to Jigawa State on Monday and Tuesday next week, after my return".

The party pointed out what it said is the global outcry against the impunity and high-handedness for which various reputable worldwide agencies, including the Amnesty global (AI), Transparency worldwide and the US Department of State had issued reports exposing these atrocities, while exhaustively indicting the Buhari administration. "As he's getting a superior standard of health care for himself and his son, he's done virtually nothing to invest in health care infrastructure and provision in Nigeria", Ms. Adamolekun said.

"He could be sick, but he should also know that Nigerians are the ones maintaining his health for him".

Clement Nwankwo, executive director of the Policy and Legal Advocacy Centre, says the president "really needs to take a break and attend to his health".

The statement observed that the new Army Battalion and the Police Area Command are the latest in a series of law enforcement measures to ensure the more effective protection of lives and property, in and around Benue, Kaduna, Taraba, Zamfara and Nasarawa states. There is nobody that is 100% healthy.

"That is something private and personal".

"It is in the Hippocratic oath that the medical doctors take". He is just going for a review.

"He is the only one who has the authority to tell the country, it will be unethical for anyone to speak on it".

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