The presidency has kept mum on Buhari's status.
There’s an unverified report by Twitter user, Deriano Agada (@derianoForbes), claiming Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari is presently in coma in a London hospital.
‘My cousin working in a hospital in London says @MBuhari is in coma in a private ward,’ he tweeted, adding that, ‘He went through a surgery and it was unsuccessful.’
He also tweeted that the president is ‘incapacitated’ and never wrote nor sent a letter to the senate himself before his Twitter account – created in 2009 – was taken down.
As a result, Nigerians have reacted over the claims that Buhari is in ‘coma’, even though we can’t confirm how true the report is yet as the presidency remains silent on the matter.
It’s not surprising
Oh wow, what’s this about Buhari being in a coma. Not surprising if it’s true but it’s just sad
— Tilly bae-bae (@AmyTylda) February 9, 2017
This person said he’s ‘compeletly deaf’ and in coma
according to my source…. Buhari is completely deaf now and seriously in a coma… may God help him tho
— Phkid KRISontheBEAT (@iamKristil) February 8, 2017
If it’s worth listening to, it’s worth questioning
Buhari is in a coma?
— Petty Penelope (@KhaleesiNU) February 9, 2017
At the moment, all we can do is pray
@DailyPostNGR Buhari is in a U.K clinic and not a hospital! Serial liar! Just pray hard he’s revived from coma, or else you guys are doomed!
— Segun Adeoye (@SegunAdeoye_) February 8, 2017
A response to Bukola Saraki’s tweet which he claimed to have spoken with the president
The buhari in coma or which one? https://t.co/yJc6ulDCWW
— Delion Gay (@_tresnoir_) February 9, 2017
Also, Facebook user, Ifegod Nwofor said: ‘The truth can only be hiding for a short time before it will surface.’
Macaulay Micheal Itowei added: ‘God, if it is time for Buhari to leave this world according to your will, let him go peacefully. But if is not your will for him to die, God heal him right now in that hospital bed by your mighty power. Let him come back to Nigeria with sound body in Jesus Name. Without God’s will, nothing can be done.’
Bring him in coma to ‘continue his course’
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