Aisha Buhari Visits Ailing Husband In UK Again

On July 19, 2017 23 Comments

Wife of Nigerian President, Aisha Buhari is currently with the President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja House, London.

Recall that President Buhari left Nigeria for London on Sunday, May 7, 2017, to attend to health challenges, having earlier made a similar trip to London and upon arrival in Nigeria, stated that he was going to return to London at a later date.

Daily Sun reported that a competent source within the Presidency said Mrs. Aisha is currently with President Buhari in Abuja House, London.

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The source said Aisha “visited the President two weeks ago and is currently with the President.”

The source also dismissed insinuations that the President is suffering from memory loss, saying the President is responding to treatment.

While stating that no specific date has been slated for the President’s return, the source said the President’s return “would strictly be on the orders of his doctors.”

The source added: “Keeping the arrival date of the President secret is because of noise and exposure.”

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  1. Rabiu Shehu Ps says:

    WHAT CAN U SAID ABUT THIS….

    Agitation for restructuring political, says Iriase
    Source: Guardian
    Deputy Chief Whip of the House of Representatives,
    Pally Iriase yesterday declared that the motive
    behind many Nigerians calling for restructuring of
    the country and promoting ethnic and sectional
    interests, was political “as many of those behind the
    agitations are those who lost out in the 2015
    elections.”
    Iriase who represents Owan Federal Constituency on
    the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC),
    also said that the feud between the Senate and the
    Presidency would be settled for the benefit of
    Nigerians.
    He said if the call of those agitating for restructuring
    is genuine, they should have liaised with their
    representatives in the National Assembly.
    His words: “It is an agenda setting by the opposition
    and Nigerians must begin to ask questions. Nigerians
    must be aware of the gimmick of politicians.
    “Only recently I read in the papers that leaders of the
    South-South, South-East and the Middle Belt have
    come together and I looked through the list and I
    shook my head.
    “May God help us because the press can create a
    monster from nobody, and I joined those who said
    that if you have the clout, you have representatives
    in the National Assemblies, why are you not drawing
    their attention to your desire for restructuring so
    that when you both reason, it will now become
    everybody’s idea. So if you look at the names, you
    will know that those who were on the side that lost in
    the last election are more in number in these
    meetings.
    “Nigerians should be wiser, we have a terrible
    situation in our hand, when the price of crude oil was
    over 100 dollars per barrel for several years, these
    same elements did nothing except to help
    themselves from the common till. They saved
    nothing for the rainy day and the rains are here.”
    On the feud between the executive and legislature,
    Iriase said there was nothing wrong with it provided
    the focus is on service delivery. He said, “My advice is
    that both sides must learn to accommodate each
    other. By our presidential system, none of the arms
    of government can go it alone and we must put a
    template in our comments.
    “I think that disagreement is not an out rightly a bad
    thing because if there is no disagreement, whatever
    agreement you have will hardly be in the interest of
    the populace. I see the disagreement as a healthy
    one because we need to build institutions; we need
    to give respect to institutions.”

  2. Rabiu Shehu Ps says:

    WHAT CAN U SAID ABUT THIS….

    Agitation for restructuring political, says Iriase
    Source: Guardian
    Deputy Chief Whip of the House of Representatives,
    Pally Iriase yesterday declared that the motive
    behind many Nigerians calling for restructuring of
    the country and promoting ethnic and sectional
    interests, was political “as many of those behind the
    agitations are those who lost out in the 2015
    elections.”
    Iriase who represents Owan Federal Constituency on
    the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC),
    also said that the feud between the Senate and the
    Presidency would be settled for the benefit of
    Nigerians.
    He said if the call of those agitating for restructuring
    is genuine, they should have liaised with their
    representatives in the National Assembly.
    His words: “It is an agenda setting by the opposition
    and Nigerians must begin to ask questions. Nigerians
    must be aware of the gimmick of politicians.
    “Only recently I read in the papers that leaders of the
    South-South, South-East and the Middle Belt have
    come together and I looked through the list and I
    shook my head.
    “May God help us because the press can create a
    monster from nobody, and I joined those who said
    that if you have the clout, you have representatives
    in the National Assemblies, why are you not drawing
    their attention to your desire for restructuring so
    that when you both reason, it will now become
    everybody’s idea. So if you look at the names, you
    will know that those who were on the side that lost in
    the last election are more in number in these
    meetings.
    “Nigerians should be wiser, we have a terrible
    situation in our hand, when the price of crude oil was
    over 100 dollars per barrel for several years, these
    same elements did nothing except to help
    themselves from the common till. They saved
    nothing for the rainy day and the rains are here.”
    On the feud between the executive and legislature,
    Iriase said there was nothing wrong with it provided
    the focus is on service delivery. He said, “My advice is
    that both sides must learn to accommodate each
    other. By our presidential system, none of the arms
    of government can go it alone and we must put a
    template in our comments.
    “I think that disagreement is not an out rightly a bad
    thing because if there is no disagreement, whatever
    agreement you have will hardly be in the interest of
    the populace. I see the disagreement as a healthy
    one because we need to build institutions; we need
    to give respect to institutions.”

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