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Ex-Abacha man Bamaiyi says President Buhari's close allies making gains from his sickness

by 13/08/2017 15:16:00 0 comments 1 Views

- Bamaiyi says people playing politics with issue of President Buhari's health are irresponsible

- The retired general says knowing Buhari well, the President would have said no to staying in office if he felt he could not continue

- He says it is those close to Buhari that are causing trouble because the President has done all to obey the constitution

Ex-chief of Army staff Ishaya Baimaiyi has claimed that some people are making gains from President Muhammadu Buhari’s current sickness.

According to the report, Bamaiyi also said that ‘irresponsible’ people are playing politics with Buhari’s health.

The retired military general made the statement in an interview with media men during the 40th general conference of the United Missionary Church of Africa (UMCA) held at the UMCA Theological College in Ilorin, Kwara state.

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“It’s normal for any human being to fall sick. He took all necessary constitutional steps before he left the country.

“Yes, I agree there are problems. I think people who are really close to the president are benefiting from his health problems.

“They are the ones causing problem for him. There’s no reason whatsoever why they should not talk about the president’s health. If the president feels he can’t continue, he will be the one to tell you.

“I know Mr President very well enough because I worked under him directly. I know him to be respectful and straight forward.

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“If he knows he won’t be able to continue, he would have said so. We shouldn’t play politics with the president health. It doesn’t portray us as responsible people,” he said. had reported earlier that President Buhari has sent his greetings to Nigerians informing them that he would soon be home from London.

The president said this when he received a delegation from his government led by Lai Mohammed, the information and culture minister.

The others on the delegation include Femi Adesina, Garba Shehu, Lauretta Onochie and Abike Dabiri.

The president however said his return to Nigeria is dependent on his doctors in London.

Watch this TV video of Nigerians sharing their opinion on impending return of President Buhari

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