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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Buhari's Daughter Zahra Says He is ''Doing Pretty Good''

One of the daughters of President Muhammadu Buhari, Zahra Indimi has said the President is currently doing fine.


Zahra made the disclosure on her Twitter handle while reacting to inquiries by followers on her father’s health status.


The first daughter who did not mention when the President will be returning to the country was asked by a follower, “Where is your father, asking on behalf of Nigerians.”

Responding, Zahra wrote: “Good afternoon Nigeria. He’s doing pretty good.”

After initially spending over 50 days on medical vacation in London, the President had in May returned to the United Kingdom, UK, for follow-up medical check-up and is yet to return.


Against the backdrop of his current health status, both his aides and associates have continued to assure Nigerians that the President was responding to treatment.

Despite the assurance from the Presidency, the Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose recently claimed that Buhari has been on life support since June, an allegation that has been generating heated controversy. ‎

Similarly, a former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, on Saturday alleged that doctors have ruled out Buhari’s possible return because he can no longer function.
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*I am sure if the President returns to Nigeria,it will be a very quiet entry..everything is so coded right now that all i can say is NA WAH!!!






24 comments:

  1. Time shall tell.Bumch of illiterates toying with a country and they feel it's normal.They are even relating Nigeria to Animal farm and Lion King.

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    1. Haba madam beauty without brain, which come be BUMCH again. If you want to call people names, why don't you do it right

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    2. James Hater, you can gently correct her knowing too well it's auto-correct.

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    3. Greatlady which autocorrect, so autocorrect added the M for her abi. We all make mistakes I know, but when you decide to say that someone is an illiterate, then I don't expect you to make certain mistakes

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  2. Zarah, Zarah, Zarah...wetin she go talk before?

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  3. Zahra, can't you pity your dad's state of health and advice him to resign? Is the throne is birth right? Babe do the right thing mbok and stop giving us report.

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    1. Since she can't Pitt him, why don't you sit your ass down and pity the man

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  4. Your father is doing pretty good and held the entire nation at ransom? And you're even proud to admit it. Your family must be the most selfish one in history

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    1. Nobody is holding anybody at ransom, we have an acting president. If you want don't go and do something for yourself, keep waiting for Buhari posts so you can show your frustration

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  5. Nigerian Politicians are really greedy anf would rather die than exit power. well, what else would she have said?

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  6. I wish PMB well. My question is, is he going to collect his pay for not working all these months? Na question l ask o!!

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    1. He will, he's still the president. He's just on sick leave, do you forfeit your allowances and pay whenever you go on sick leave abi you just want ask mumu question

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  7. He is doing pretty well and yet we cannot see him. Make una continue with lies, God is watching you people.

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  8. He is doing well indeed

    See unam ikot, feeling Funky



    @Zahra, how many times I call you? .....Go and give your husband what he likes... Yes.. THREESOME





    @Anonymous Orubebe

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  9. Only time will tell. Let's wait as the drama continue to unfold.

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  10. @James hater ignorance is bliss. You see it as a mumu question isn't it? Outside Nigeria, people are ONLY entitled to a certain number of sick leave hours. Once you exhaust your hours you can go on FMLA( Family Medical Leave Act) that too has a limit which is 13 weeks for most Agencies. Once you exhaust your FMLA, you are expected and required to return back to work. Failure to return to work results in a loss of that job. Go work in an agency and keep calling in sick for months and see if you will get paid or still keep that job. No sick leave hours results to no pay check for the time you are gone.

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  11. @James hater ignorance is bliss. You see it as a mumu question isn't it? Outside Nigeria, people are ONLY entitled to a certain number of sick leave hours. Once you exhaust your hours you can go on FMLA( Family Medical Leave Act) that too has a limit which is 13 weeks for most Agencies. Once you exhaust your FMLA, you are expected and required to return back to work. Failure to return to work results in a loss of that job. Go work in an agency and keep calling in sick for months and see if you will get paid or still keep that job. No sick leave hours results to no pay check for the time you are gone.

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    1. Nne you even gave yourself assignment on top the Bubus leave, na you go tire. Darling, it is a mumu question, Outside Nigeria kwa, we have our own laws and all that legal things you like quoting, why bother about another country's headache. Are you trying to say that we should work with another's country's law and leave ours? Anonymous is mgbaka

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    2. James whatever please just shut up... People have a right to their opinion without being tackled by some internet responses that suggests you have so much time on your hands.
      You too go and get a job and do something with your life, stop waiting for people to express themselves only for you to attack them.

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  12. God heal our president

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  13. we hear u zahra!!! buy are u trying to convince urself or the "weaker" masses about this hmmmm??

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  14. anonymous, help me and loud the question o.. Is he going to collect salary for months of not working while some Nigerians that have been slaving off their asses have not been paid for months??? They should kontinu o

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  15. It is well with our country Nigeria

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  16. Since you are in Nigeria, stay home for six months without going to work. Just tell your employer you are sick. See if there are no laws.

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