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BREAKING: Aisha was not allowed to see President Buhari during her visit to London.

Posted by on June 14, 20170

– President Buhari was reportedly not allowed to see his wife, Aisha during her recent visit to London
– The president is reportedly said to be in a serious health condition
– Abba Kyari, President Buhari’s chief of staff is also said to be in charge of all the behind-the-scene moves
Sahara Reporters is reporting that President Buhari was not allowed to see his wife, Aisha during her recent trip to London.
According to Sahara Reporters, sources disclosed in a stunning revelation that the President’s whereabouts is unknown to many of his aides including his bodyguards.
The news outlet also reported that the president has not spoken with Professor Yemi Osibanjo, who is acting on his behalf since he traveled on another round of medical treatment abroad.

In the report, the cabal was alleged to reduced access to the president ‘in an effort to control information leaks to the public’.

The president is suspected to be battling cancer, according to the reports.
Going further, the sources told Sahara Reporters that members of President Buhari Cabal called the acting president and informed him to expect a call from the president but the expected call never materialised excepting for a few seconds of hellos before the person hung up the phone.
NAIJ.com recalls that a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Orji Uzor Kalu, has said President Muhammadu Buhari’s health has improved considerable and the president would return back to the country by June 11.
The declaration by Kalu was however said to be a fabrication as the president did not at any time receive him, Sahara Reporters reported.
The reports by Sahara Reporters also claimed that President “Buhari is incommunicado, and is only reached by two aides, Tunde Saburi and Sarki Abba, who have maintained stoic silence about his condition.”

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