Buhari on life support, says Fayose, APC disagrees

Written by on June 29, 2017

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose yesterday disclosed that the health situation of President Muhammadu Buhari has worsened, and that he has been on life support since June 6 at a West-End, London hospital.

The governor, who said Buhari would need a miracle from God to survive his current predicament, admonished those he described as “cabal” in the presidency to allow the president resign to prevent the country from an avoidable crisis.

At a press conference in Ado Ekiti, Fayose observed that the president has spent 53 days in London to attend to his health challenges, expressing regret that no official information as to his whereabouts and his state of health has been made available since he left the shores of the country.

But in a reaction, the APC challenged Fayose to show evidence that the ailing president is on a life support facility in London.

The Spokesman for the party, Bolaji Abdullahi wondered why Fayose, who allegedly campaigned vigorously against the emergence of Buhari as president in the buildup to the 2015 general elections, was coming up with what he called such “tales.”

Abdullahi who acknowledged that he was not in the know of the health status of President Buhari said: “I don’t have such information on the health status of the president as spokesman of the APC. If the governor is saying he has it, I don’t have it.


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