A source in the Nigeria High Commission in London, United Kingdom has shed more light on the state of President Muhammadu Buhari’s health, Premium Times is reporting.
According to the source, the President’s health has improved significantly, although only his physicians can determine when he will return to Nigeria and to work.
The official who asked not to be named, when questioned on the state of the President’s health he said, “Oh yes; we thank God.”
“He is doing very good; he is ok but his doctors will determine (when he will return).”
The official, it is believed, has access to the President and sees him regularly.
Recall that had been in London since May 7 to continue with his medical treatment following an earlier session earlier in the year.
He had returned to Nigeria on March 10 after spending 51 days in the British capital during attending to his health.
Upon his return, the president said he “couldn’t recall being so sick since he was a young man, including in the military with its ups and downs.”
He also said he could not recall ever having blood transfusion before.
Meanwhile, Wife to the President, Aisha Buhari, on Wednesday disclosed that the “unflinching support” and prayers by Nigerian women has been the “driving force” behind her husband’s push to deliver on his electoral promises.
Aisha who made the disclosure during a session organised to distribute food items to women organisations in Yola, Adamawa State capital, commended the women for the backing they have been giving her husband since the last presidential election.
“I am deeply appreciative of the support that you show to us at every turn and promise that I will never let you down.
“Today’s event, which is the distribution of food items, is a symbolic gesture and a token of my appreciation. It is meant to confirm that I have not forgotten you, and never will.”
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