EXPOSED: Presidency Secretly Jets Yusuf Buhari To Germany For Medical Treatment

EXPOSED: Presidency Secretly Jets Yusuf Buhari To Germany For Medical Treatment

By Bayo Adegbite | Staff Writer on January 14, 2018
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Muhammadu Buhari in his farm in Daura with his son, Yusuf | State House Photos

An online tabloid, SaharaReporters, has exposed that the Nigerian Presidency has flown Yusuf Buhari, the son of President Muhammadu Buhari out of the country for medical treatment in Germany following head injuries he sustained in a power bike accident on Boxing Day 2017.

According to the media platform, the president’s son was secretly flown out in the morning of Saturday, January 13, 2017.

This information leaks out even as the presidency made a fanfare of Yusuf’s “discharge” and “speedy recovery” from the private hospital in Abuja where he was receiving treatment.

Read the report below:

Contrary to the statement credited to Femi Adesina, a senior spokesperson to President Muhammadu Buhari that his son, Yusuf, was ready for “discharge” from an Abuja hospital Saharareporters has authoritatively learnt that he was ferried out of Nigeria through the Presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport early this morning.

Yusuf is headed for treatment at St. Josef Hospital in Wiesbaden, Germany according to Presidency sources.

The departure of Yusuf to Germany followed earlier departure last night by his sister, Mrs. Halima Buhari-Sherif and the official physician to the first lady, Kamal Mohammed. Both arrived Stuttgart earlier today on a Bombardier Challenger 600

Presidential jet with registration number 5N-FGZ.

Yusuf was injured in a power bike accident in Gwarinpa neighbourhood in Abuja while drag racing with a friend, Bashir Gwandu. Mr. Adesina claims Gwandu was not injured in the crash as earlier reported in newspapers and social media outlets.



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