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Confusion sets in as Nigerians are still unsure if President Buhari is alive

Nobody seems to know: Confusion sets in as Nigerians are still unsure if President Buhari is alive, Nigerians are requesting for him to address the nation.

“Metro-uk” reported that Nigerian Mission in UK has confirmed that the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari died in a London hospital where he was receiving medical care.

At the moment we are uncertain about “Metro-uk” report as their information about Buhari’s regime been the first democratic transfer of power is incorrect. Buhari’s is instead the fourth Nigerian president since 1999 when Goodluck Jonathan bequeathed power and handed over to him.

See Metro-uk report about Buhari’s regime been the first democratic transfer of power.

To further clarify “Metro-uk” is not the official Metro (British newspaper) website. The official website for the British newspaper is “Metro.co.uk”

Metro-uk says: “According to the information released by the Nigerian Embassy, Buhari left the West African country for a vacation in the U.K in order to undergo medical checks.

One of the President’s aides who accompanied him to the U.K and spoke on condition of anonymity said the President has been battling an “unknown disease” for a while now.

Though the decision to receive medical care in a foreign land angered some of his countrymen, the Nigerian community in London have expressed deep shock for the President’s demise.

It is the second time in a year that Buhari has sought medical treatment outside Nigeria ; he also traveled to London in June 2016 and saw an ear, nose and throat specialist after contracting an ear infection.”

However, the official Spokesperson to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (SSA, Media & Publicity) Garba Shehu confirmed that the President is still “holidaying” in Europe, alive and well. Garba Shehu’s information caused more confusion as Nigerians are requesting for President Muhammadu Buhari to address the nation.

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