Monday, 10 October 2016

President Buhari heads to German Hospital for medical Attention on Wedesdy

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Barring the last minute change, President Muhammad Buhari  has been scheduled  to  leave Nigeria for Germany on Wednesday night.

While the Presidency is yet to announce the event, SaharaReporters discovered that the president  will leave Abuja late on Wednesday, to arrive in Berlin in the early hours of Thursday.
He is scheduled to hold bilateral meetings scheduled for Thursday and Friday, and pay a visit to a local hospital. Our sources said he will return to Nigeria on Saturday.
It is unclear what medical problem he will be attending to, but Nigerians will recall that a couple of months ago, he took  ten days leave traveled to London for a minor ear treatment.
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President Buhari flies to German hospital on Wednesday Ife Olori Yesterday 33734 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Send email President Muhammad Buhari will leave Abuja to visit Germany on Wednesday night. The president is expected to come back home on Saturday. Sahara Reporters have discovered that barring a last-minute change of plans, he will jet out of Abuja late on Wednesday to arrive in Berlin early Thursday morning. President Buhari will reportedly hold bilateral meetings on Thursday and Friday, October 13-14. READ ALSO: Dear President Buhari, your falsehood and empty promises will not end recession He will also pay a visit to a local hospital. However, it’s unclear whether the president has any kind of a medical problem or it’s an ordinary medical checkup. Recall that a couple of months ago the president traveled to London, UK, for a minor ear treatment. Meanwhile, the presidency is yet to officially announce the upcoming journey. READ ALSO: Tell Buhari the truth or this country will be destroyed – Top 10 quotes of the week Earlier today President Muhammadu Buhari has received Dr Frank-Walters Steinmeier, the foreign minister of federal republic of Germany at the State House. The president asked for the help of Germany in curbing oil theft in Nigeria through assistance in the areas of equipment, training, and sharing of intelligence with the Nigeria navy.
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