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Reactions trail Buhari’s Foreign Medical Treatment in London

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By Our Reporter

Positive and negative reactions have started trailing the intention of President Mohammadu Buhari to travel to London to treat ear infections.

In a statement that was release by the Special Advisers to the President on Media and Publicity on his Facebook account said that President Muhammadu Buhari will take 10 days off and travel to London on Monday June 6th to rest.

Most of the reactions that were positive are from are from Nigerians who felt that the President deserve the rest.

According to Chico Nnadi who prayed for the President prayed that Allah will be with Mr President, “I have noticed recently in his interviews that he has hearing difficulties. We will continue to pray for our president until he returns from his trip.

In another reaction, Emeka Chibuzor prayed that God will heal the President,

“His excellency we love you, you will go and return in good health with sound mind, the wishes of the evil and enemies of Nigeria will not come to pass, I pray for your quick recovery. God almighty is with you always, you are the best president, may God bless u and keep the country for you.”

Contrary to the previous reactions, Okechukwu Okey said that Buhari is an all round disappointment.

According to Okey “Credible leaders won’t ever indulge in such foreign vacation when local economy is in doldrums like Nigeria. A truly patriotic Buhari would’ve seriously preferred to die among Nigerian doctors rather than further humiliating Nigeria’s image abroad  through this clearly luxury visit to London.

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