BREAKING: New Details On President Buhari’s State of Health

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  • Nigeria’s president suffering from severe, debilitating memory loss…
  • Losing cognitive aptitude
  • Power-hugging Northern cabal perplexed

NewsRescue

As rumors continue to spread on the aggressively concealed facts of the state of health of Nigeria’s ailing president, new verified troubling details have been received by NewsRescue.

President Muhammadu Buhari who went to the UK and another country – Saudi Arabia – to seek emergency medical assistance is reported to be suffering from severe and debilitating memory loss. While the president will likely return to his office in the coming weeks, his state of mind is a serious concern in Nigerian government circles, wondering how best to deal with the situation and how long the president will be able to be propped to continue to function before he is replaced by Vice president Yemi Osinbajo.

saraki buhari

Rumors had it that the president’s dwindling memory state is related to liver disease and possible hepatic encephalopathy. Liver or prostate cancer metastasis is another rumored diagnosis as is alzheimers. NewsRescue is unable to confirm these suspicions as the president’s health state is guarded in top-level secrecy.

Prof Yemi Osinbajo

Prof Yemi Osinbajo

Nigeria’s northern cabal are worried about losing power again as happened during the late Umaru Yar’Adua era. This is why the cabal were bent on a northern Senate president over Kwara Saraki even though a Muslim, with an intention to force vice president Osinbajo to resign or otherwise decline replacing Buhari in the event of his demise or incapacity.

Saraki

Saraki

Kaduna meeting

Kaduna meeting

Meanwhile Nigeria’s police boss has gone on an urgent trip to meet with the ailing president in hope of secret discussions on securing the country in the president’s interests.

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