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Monday, September 19, 2016

Polyps Allegedly Surgically Removed From Buhari’s Nostrils During UK Trip

SaharaReporters alleges that doctors in the UK discovered and surgically removed polyps from President Muhammadu Buhari’s nostrils during the president’s medical trip last June.





A source at the Presidency in Abuja allegedly told SaharaReporters that Mr. Buhari’s recurrent ear infection, earlier diagnosed by the president's physicians in Abuja, turned out to be polyps that were blocking his sinuses. 

The blockage caused pain in the president’s ear that prevented him from carrying out a few official functions before he went to the UK where he was properly diagnosed and treated.

Since returning from the treatment, President Buhari has been far more active. However, a medical doctor in Lagos told SaharaReporters that he observed that Mr. Buhari had significantly lost weight. When sahara reporters allegedly discussed this issue with but several presidential aides, they insisted that the president was healthy and able to keep to a demanding schedule of activities. Even so, one of the aides disclosed that Mr. Buhari might soon take another vacation to get checked out before the year runs out.


President Buhari, who has travelled to New York City to attend the United Nations General Assembly, is expected to meet with President Barack Obama of the United States.



35 comments:

  1. Though I don't like him and the wah he is ruling Nigeria but I wish him a quick recovery

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    1. No wonder he couldn't hear the cry of the masses.
      Get well bubu.....not happy with u ooh

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    2. From ear to nose, happy recovery mrchangebeginswithme

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  2. Whatever, I wish him good health. No one deserves to be sick, for healing is God's children's bread

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  3. Good for him.. GWS n carry out ur duties sir.. Abeg help this country survive this suffer suffer

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  4. I just came bk from checking the meaning of polyps.... Can't believe the dictionary put me into a more confused state over its meaning.

    #Soaking Brain in hypo.

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  5. Stellastical good morning oo.... Have a blessed week

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  6. Nigerian doctors kwenu!!! So in the whole country there couldn't even diagnose the proper thing?!! If it happened to be a poor man that can't afford medical treatment abroad, he would carry his problem without solution with unnecessary antibiotics. Maybe when the problem is layer discovered more suffering and harm must have been caused. By the way can they justify the billions of naira spent on aso rock clinic?

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    1. So non presidents cannot fall ill? Na wa

      All these distasteful comments though. How can anyone wish another person death?? Jeeezzz

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    2. You call him mallam which means teacher. Lmao....

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  8. His media aid will come out and say it's a lie, like it's a crime for the president to be sick.

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  9. Ajala... I don't even have words for him again, jehova alone knows my mind, let me gaan hustle my daily bread... Wicked man!

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  10. Whats even wrong with some of you guys. Is he not allowed to be sick. At this stage of life people his age are prone to one form of illness or the other. I personally think hes a strong man. Most of our parents or grandparents his age are almost already inactive. Abeg jor

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    1. My dear people @ age should b an elder state man

      Wishing him good health

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    2. God bless you.

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  11. Pls if you don't have diagnostic facilities do you think doctors are magicians? Pls we don't have x-ray vision. We do the best we can with the limited support services. Looking for who to blame? Blame the government who doesn't invest in diagnostics.

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  12. i wonder why people would wish another human being like themselves death..it shows how inhumane we can be ....smh

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  13. My bubu is as healthy as a battle horse. Asin stallion.
    Better president. Live long and God bless the federal republic of Nigeria.

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    1. Dey there dey praise Bubu n hunger dey mama u

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    2. Do I look hungry to you. My stock house cannot go dry because I pay my dues to God. The scripture works for me. When people like you say there is a casting down, I scream there is a lifting up.

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  14. Those wishing him dead may die before him.

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  15. They all keep travelling abroad,why not make your own country a better place to get better medical treatment. The people that can't afford to travel abroad just keep on suffering without getting heal or just die from their ailments cos of lack of help and facilities in Nigeria.GOD is watching you all politicians.

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  16. Let him recover quickly so that he can come and move Nigeria forward from this bad state he left us

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  17. Who knws the content of snuff he has been inhaling every now and then.. so this abiku likes gworo,snuff and cigar.

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  18. The queen of England or d prime minister cannot go to Nigeria for medical checkup

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  19. please is not right to speak evil about the man that is handling the affair of your country . please prayer for him.

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  20. From ear to nose to maybe tongue cos I can see all his sensitive organ are going bad, but all them big grammar sha POLYPS...my presido wishg u best recovery...

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