PMB Leaves For UK On 4-day Medical Trip

  • PMB Leaves For UK On 4-day Medical Trip

PMB Leaves For UK On 4-day Medical Trip

"Even though this particular government will not deny anyone of his or her basic human rights, we'll most certainly not support expending Nigerian hard-earned tools on any government official seeking medical care overseas, when such could be managed in Nigeria", even Mr. Buhari explained, as per your statement from the Health Ministry at the moment.

Secondus while responding to questions from journalists in Abuja over alleged harassment of Senators Dino Malaye and Shehu Sani, counselled the ruling party and president Buhbari to thread the path of democracy and rule of law.

Aisha on her Twitter page urged Buhari to be a good leader and provide the best healthcare for Nigerians in the world instead of travelling overseas for medicals.

Shehu said it was amusing for the PDP to accuse the Federal Government of destroying Nigeria's democracy in a petition he described as no less preposterous and comical.

"The hallmark of a true leader is compassion!"

President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed Mr. Festus Keyamo (SAN), and six others as members of the board of the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation.

He said Buhari would return to the country on Saturday.

God has revealed to me that the tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari is only four years.

The President tweeted: "I will be traveling to the United Kingdom tomorrow, to see my doctor, at his request".

On June 6, 2016, he embarked on another 10-day vacation to attend to an ear infection.

Buhari returned to Nigeria on June 19, 2016, after spending 14 days in London.

There is no slowing down for President Muhammadu Buhari, despite the announcement that he was going to embark on medical vacation in the United Kingdom from today.

He then gave an indication that he would return to London for further check-up.

Buhari had last stayed over three months in London for a medical treatment for an undisclosed ailment, which caused national anxiety. They feel bad at every turn the country improves, which is beyond comprehension.

Ologbondiyan said Nigerians have been taken for granted, deceived and "treated like lesser men and women without reasoning capacity". "In these circumstances, Nigerians were taken for granted".

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, declared this yesterday during a telephone interview on Channels Television Breakfast Programme, Sunrise Daily.

He added that the president was "up and about and doing his duties" and that "what he is going for is a review".