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Pray for the President’s recovery: APC to Nigerians

The Publicity Secretary of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, Mr Abayomi Adesanya, on Monday urged Nigerians to pray for good health and quick recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Adesanya made the call while speaking with journalists in Lagos.

This comes a day after the President’s trip to London on Sunday, May 7, for a follow-up medical consultation with his doctors.

The APC spokesman appealed for more patience by Nigerians and urged them to pray for good health of the President.

“Nigerians, home and abroad should continue to pray for the good health and quick recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari so that he can complete the rebuilding of a new prosperous Nigeria free of corruption and nepotism,” he said.

Adesanya said the emergence of Mohammadu Buhari as President was the best thing to have happened in Nigeria at that crucial time.

He said that Nigeria was on the verge of collapse when President Buhari took over from the previous administration led by Dr Goodluck Jonathan.

“But for President Buhari’s integrity, Nigeria under former President Goodluck Jonathan was heading and drifting towards anarchy and a failed state.

“Nigeria is better under Buhari, and I can assured that it would be better and stable at the expiration of President Buhari/APC’s presidency,’’ he said.


(Source: NAN)


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  1. Mizch 15th May 2017 at 5:39 pm

    Can you not talk without mention of former President Goodluck Jonathan?
    Let PMB live to clear the mess for which he paved the way in December 1983 that ushered in corrupt military juntas after him: IBB, Abacha, AA. OBJ2.

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