Buhari might leave for medical check-up again says Presidency as Omokri request disclosure of money spent on president’s medical vacation

President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesman, Femi Adesina, has admitted that his boss could still leave the country for medical check-ups.
Adesina, speaking on Sunrise Daily on Channels TV Monday morning, however called on Nigerians to pray that Buhari remains hale and hearty.

“What Nigerians should hope for is that our president will remain whole. But if there is any reason to go out why not, you need to first stay alive before you can lead a country so whatever it takes for our president to remain healthy should be done but we want to hope and believe that the worst is over,” he said.
The President who had been in the UK for 104 days before returning on Saturday, addressed the nation on Monday and Adesina confirmed he is ready to resume office, as he will notify the National Assembly in writing.

“Later this morning, that letter will be transmitted and which is what signifies his coming back into office – It will be done today.
“They don’t have to read it or debate it, No. What the Constitution requires is for him to send it. Once it is sent he assumes office,” Adesina added.


Meanwhile, Former Special Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan on digital media, Reno Omokri has lambasted the post-vacation inaugural address of President Muhammad Buhari, calling it a “hypocritical broadcast.”
Omokri was enraged by the lack of depth in the President’s speech, implying it was just a prepared meaningless text.
He blasted the President for failing to disclose how much his medical vacation cost to Nigerians.
“The father of inflammatory comments gives a broadcast warning against, you guessed right, inflammatory comments! What a hypocritical broadcast! What a waste of five minutes of my time,” He said.
“Instead of sermonizing, he should have told us how much of our money he has spent on his health! Can you imagine the President of America using America’s money to treat himself yet refusing to tell America how much of their money he spent?
“Think of this the next time you criticize Donald J. Trump. For good measure, you should also look at your hypocritical face in the mirror because the reflection you see is one of the problems of Nigeria.
“Ex President Goodluck Jonathan signed the Freedom of Information Act into law on May 28, 2011. Until the APC repeal that law, Nigerians have a RIGHT to know how much of our money was spent on President Muhammadu Buhari’s health!” He said.

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