Nigerian president may be suffering from cancer – UK

In a new report found on British tabloid, The Guardian, speculation
is rife that President Muhammadu Buhari might be suffering from
cancer.
The President was on hand to welcome British Prime Minister
Theresa May in Abuja which was also host to Rabiu Kwankwaso’s
declaration for Presidency.
The Guardian put up a report which critically looked at Buhari and
the state of disillusionment that many Nigerians are facing at the
moment.
The article mentioned that while May’s visit to Nigeria has been
one of celebration and she has been greeted with song and dance,
Buhari, in contrast, has kept a low profile.
The report speculated that Buhari’s trip to the United Kingdom in
2017 was to treat an ailment thought to be cancer.
The report said: “The septuagenarian president spent three months
in London in 2017 on sick leave with an unknown illness thought to
be cancer. He was not seen for two months and his aides refused
to say what was wrong with him. His deputy, Yemi Osinbajo, ran
the country in his absence.”
The Guardian also noted that during his visit to the United States,
he “read his speech from a piece of paper, hardly raising his eyes
and appearing frail in stark contrast with Trump’s energetic
bombast.”
The President has only recently returned from a 10-day trip to the
UK which was called a ‘vacation’, but many believe it was a
medical visit.
The President is set to run again next year, but with the political
turmoil and the spate of defections that have occurred recently,
there’s some suspicion that Buhari is already facing the end of his
reign.

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  1. It’s true

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