Tension as Buhari’s state of health threatens appearance in Campaign
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The President state of health is becoming too serious to ignore nor to keep calm over is ability to lead the country in 2019, if re-elected. In fact, some sources have claim that the handover of Campaign to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and VP Osibanjo by President Mohammadu Buhari is as a result of what close associates termed as safety clutch if the President must remain alive since any attempt to undertake the real campaign rigors would end in fiasco.
On Thursday during the Presidential Rally in Delta state, President Muhammadu Buhari caused a stir on when he erroneously referred to the governorship candidate of his party as the ‘presidential candidate’.
President Buhari was to hand over the APC’s flag to Great Ogboru, the APC governorship candidate in the state when he made a slip.
In addressing Mr Ogboru, the president said, “I am handing over this flag of honour to our presidential candidate.”
It took two more attempts before the President got it right. Sources in the Villa also confirmed that the President within one Week has collapse twice prompting serious panic, tension and fear in the Villa among members of the Cabal who seemed bent on the President return in 2019 even in crutches for their own pecuniary reasons and gains.
While the Doctors are said to have advised immediate movement to the hospital, close Political associates are begging for a little more time so as to allow the President t move after the 2019 elections to which the doctors are seriously against due to what they termed serious and urgent medical attention in a normal medical environment.
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