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GYOnlineNG Exclusive : President Buhari is Not Seriously ill, But He’s Sick

Femi Adesina

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GYOnlineNG Exclusive : President Buhari is Not Seriously ill, But He’s Sick

Femi Adesina

GYOnlineNG Exclusive : President Buhari is Not Seriously ill, But He’s Sick

In the past few days, Nigeria president Muhammadu Buhari has been out of the country for his vacation in London, but his absent from the country has leds to speculations that he’s seriously ill, while some news agency has reported it that he has dead.

The Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to Muhammadu Buhari, the President of Nigeria, Femi Adesina has severally denies the report that Buhari has pass away in London, in most of his interview in several media houses.  Once again, Femi Adesina denies the report that President Buhari has pass away, while speaking with Seun Akinola’s ” The Conversation ” program on Splash FM Ibadan.

Replying to the illness report question of President Buhari in London, Femi Adesina says Buhari is not ill as media houses all report the story, but he was sick.

” Seun lets me clear this story, President Buhari that I work for is not ill as it was reported by media and what does illness means according to dictionary, Nigerians should understand that word ill. Though, Buhari is not seriously ill, but he’s sick ”

Femi Adesina furthers speaks on several issues that affect the President Buhari administration such as Naija Delta and Southern Kaduna Crisis, Economy Recovery Policy, 2017 so-called Capital Budget, 2face’s nationwide protest, president relationship with the lawmakers and others.

 

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