– Dr Peregrino Brimah, a social commentator has questioned the veracity of the news being doled out to Nigerians on the health status of the president.
– He also lambasted the media spokesmen of the president, accusing them of outright deceit.
– He insisted that Nigeria is at a grave risk with the cloudy circumstances surrounding the status of the president
Following the recent letter written by President Muhammadu where he communicated his desire to extend his vacation abroad in order to complete his test cycles, Nigerians have continued to ask questions as to the veracity of the claim.
In a latest effort, Dr Peregrino Brimah, a social commentator questioned the integrity of the president’s spokesmen.
The commentator insisted that there are possibilities that the spokesmen are still feeding Nigerians with lies concerning the health status of President Buhari.
Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari has written the National Assembly of his desire to extend his vacation citing medical reasons.
The president had gone on a 10-day vacation in the UK which also included medical check-up and was expected back in the country on Monday, February 6.
According to Brimah “Spokesman Femi Adesina repeatedly told the Press that Buhari is completing a “test cycle.” I have conferred with several of my Medical colleagues. We are at a loss as to what a “test cycle” is.
“We know of “chemotherapy treatment cycles,” which refer to stipulated times at which drug, radiation and other therapeutic modalities are administrated to chronically ill cancer patients. We know of “tests,” which are given upon a patient’s visit to a medical facility. But “test cycle?” Is this a new word or brand new medical terminology? Based on the precedence of lies form the presidential media men, “test cycle” is more likely than not, a lie and manipulation of the truth to deceive Nigerians and put the nation at further risk.
“The media spokesman in failure to perform the duties for which he is paid handsomely, did not mention how and when he spoke with the president or the hospital and how he got the information he relayed to Nigerians that included the novel word, “test cycle.” Was it by phone? Was it by Skype? Was it by text? Was it a video call? Did he speak with the president, an aide or the hospital?
“It is sad and depressing to see that while insults are easy for Buhari’s “arrogant” spokesmen to dish out, they cannot do their duties and ridicule national intellect with utterances and attitudes fit of motor-park touts. And this puts it mildly. These are matters of serious concern.
Going further, he noted that “Nigeria is at grave risk right now. We demand a full notice of the president’s actually health condition. It is our right to see his medical record and this must come from certified physicians. We demand a moratorium of all major transactions and decisions by the federal government until and unless acting president Yemi Osinbajo’s total control of power without intimidation is confirmed.”
Meanwhile, since so much has been said about President Buhari’s vacation, there are questions as to the president’s state of health, with many arguing for and against his death.
Nigerians have however been encouraged to have a positive outlook regarding the alleged death of the president.
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