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Monday, August 14, 2017

See How BBC Mocked Nigeria Because of President Buhari’s Absence

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari over his continued absence away from the country on medical vacation, particularly his preference for overseas treatment.

According to BBC, his actions are “an apparent lack of faith in the health systems at home”.
According to Daily Post, President Buhari was named alongside four other African presidents who have a penchant to travel abroad for medical treatment..
Others listed in the category were Presidents Abdelaziz Bouteflika of Algeria, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Jose Eduardo dos Santos of Angola and Patrice Talon of Benin.
Buhari was described as the “first among equals” in terms of time spent abroad getting medical help.
In the report, BBC quoted Naziru Mikailu, its Abuja editor, as saying the public health system in Nigeria is terrible because of poor funding.
Recall the President has been away from the country for 98 days..

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