President Muhammadu Buhari is set to return to the United Kingdom for follow-up treatment.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu disclosed this to Daily Trust on Thursday.
Shehu was asked about reports claiming that Buhari had decided to bring in the doctors, rather than return to the UK.
He described the story as false and insisted his principal had not changed his plans.
It would be recalled that President Buhari returned from a 50-day medical vacation in London on March 10.
On his arrival at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja that time, he said he was “much better now. All I will need is to do further follow-ups within some weeks.”
A professor of medicine, Femi Williams, categorically stated that President Buhari is suffering from anaemia.
Williams, who is a certified physician in Anatomic Pathology from London and Ireland, told The Nation in an interview, that it is the reason why The President got blood transfusion during his medical vacation in the UK.
“We now have a pretty good idea of diagnosis, which is now comprehensive or good enough to say that the diagnosis of President Buhari’s illness is anaemia,” Williams said.
“You cannot be transfused if you don’t have anaemia
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