:: Cover Story... Friday, March 10, 2017.

"Was So Sick, Had Blood Transfusion" President Muhammadu Buhari’s Revelations Pull Carpets On Handlers "Hale & Hearty" Stories
President Muhammadu Buhari is back in the country.

And he has opened up on what he went through in the course of his 49- day medical vacation.

Speaking during a meeting attended by some governors and national chairman of the All Progressives Congress, John Oyegun – the President arrived the Air Force Base, Kaduna at about 7.47 am and was ferried to Aso Rock in a Helicopter disclosed

‘’ Buhari also said he may undergo some medical checkups in the weeks ahead.
“I have rested as much as humanly possible, I have received I think the best of treatment I could receive. I couldn’t recall being so sick since I was a young man, including the military with its ups and downs. I found out that technology is going so fast,” he said.

“‎Blood transfusion, going to the laboratories, and so on and so forth, but I am very pleased that we, when I say we, I mean the government and the people all over are trying to keep with technology.

“I couldn’t recall when last I had blood transfusion, I couldn’t recall honestly, I can say in my 70 years, ‎I can’t remember this drug that Nigerians take so much, very common.‎ I think one of our terrible things is self drug administration. We have to trust our doctors more and trust ourselves more, the places I visited they only take drugs when it is absolutely necessary, they don’t just swallow everything.”

This ‘’truth’’ from the nation’s number one man is a clear departure from insistence by image handlers, particularly Femi Adesina who passionate stood by claims he was ‘’Hale and Hearty’’.

And even threatened state action against bearers of contrary ‘’news’’ at a point.
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