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Africa Last Updated: May 12, 2021 - 11:50:18 AM


President Must Resign
By Pointblank News, May 11, 2021
May 11, 2021 - 12:02:39 PM

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Doctors in the United Kingdom, UK, who attended to President Mohammadu Buhari during his last medical visit to the UK have advised the President to resign and take care of his “terribly bad dementia.”

A close source to Mamman Daura, President Buhari’s nephew, told pointblanknews.com that the Doctors also suggested that if the President
cannot resign for Political reasons, he needs to take at least six months medical leave to attend to his failing health.

President Buhari had traveled to the UK on March 30, 2021 in what was described as a routine medical check. He returned to Nigeria April 15,
2021.

Upon arrival in UK, a source who confided in Pointblanknews.com said Doctors who were brought in to examine the President’s state of health, determined that his dementia has really gone bad and would need time in the hospital to receive adequate care.

“The Doctors were not happy when they spoke with Mamman Daura. They said his dementia has seriously deteriorated and that he would need to either resign or take a minimum of six months to attend to his health,” the source said.

The source who would not want to be named because of fear of attack told Pointblanknews.com that the Doctors also met with the Director General, Nigeria Intelligence Agency, NIA, Ahmed Rufai Abubakar, former DG, DSS, Lawan Daura, Sabiu Yusus aka Tunde and few others and told them to advice the President to resign or take a six-month leave.

Pointblanknews.com gathered that the Doctors were particularly shocked at how fast the President have lost his ability to respond to his
environment or carry out conversations or even remember things.

The source gave an example of the President not remembering the names of his Doctors, some of whom have been with him for years and his several
attempts at having a conversation but saying something else not related to the subject matter.

“Sometimes he talks and doesn’t know what he is saying and won’t remember anything you just told him. The Doctors noticed all that and that is why they suggested he resign because they feel he is not able to do a lot of things anymore.”

Pointblanknews.com learned that for Buhari to appear in public places of attend meetings, they must prepare his speeches, write then in very bold
font sizes, and ensure no one ask any question so as not to expose his condition.

“This is why the President would not address any meeting without a written speech, do a live broadcast, have any live interview or attend
to any public function. His condition is bad, but the cabal will not let him go, a Presidency source told Pointblanknews.com when this paper reached out to confirm the London Doctors opinion.

The President’s medical situation is why governance have been seized by a cabal allegedly led by Attorney General and Minister of justice,
Abubakar Malami, Sabiu and Mamman Daura.

Pointblanknews.com had reported that while Buhari was in the UK for his medical vacation, for days, protesters continued to picket the Nigerian
Embassy in London and the Nigeria House where the President was observing his medical vacation, frustrating efforts of medical personnel from attending to him.

This paper had also reported that the president is suffering pains from the kidney surgical transplant he had, Dementia and Alzheimer.

The president is a frequent flier to the UK where his doctors routinely check him or treat him.


Source:Ocnus.net 2021

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