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Monday, 26 June 2017

President Buhari To Return To Nigeria Within A Week, said aides - Vanguard

Two aides of President Muhammadu Buhari said the ailing Nigerian leader will head home within a week, subject to clearance by his doctors. In an interview with Saharareporters and on the condition of anonymity, one of the two sources also claimed that some of the president’s latest health symptoms revealed in our recent reports arose as adverse reactions to drugs prescribed for Mr. Buhari since he arrived in the UK. The symptoms include memory loss and speech impairment.

“Mr. President [Buhari] is getting better and wanting to return to Nigeria very soon,” one of the two sources said. But the source declined to disclose any specific date for Mr. Buhari’s return, saying the matter “totally depends on his doctors.” But will come back within a week

•Asked why the President had not spoken to his vice or revealed the true nature of his sickness to Nigerians, despite his avowed transparency and honesty, one of the sources told SaharaReporters, “Sickness is not a matter you just start broadcasting to everybody. Remember that Mr. President, after his return to Nigeria in March, told Nigerians that he had never been so sick in his life. I think that statement has already disclosed enough about his health.”

•Mr. Buhari left Nigeria for the UK some 47 days ago to continue medical treatment for an undisclosed ailment believed to be cancer.

•But opposition politicians told SaharaReporters that members of a cabal close to the ailing President have renewed their plan to return him to Nigeria to assume office after his current prolonged absence

•It's likely that even if President Buhari returns to Abuja within a week as claimed by some of his aides, including the ones we interviewed, it is almost certain that he would soon need to return to the United Kingdom to continue treatment.

Sourced: Vanguard

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