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Aisha Buhari returns from medical treatment

Aisha Buhari returns from medical treatment

Aisha Buhari returns from medical treatment

After spending some time in the United Arab Emirates, UAE for medical care, Nigerian First Lady, Dr Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, has returned to Nigeria.

It was learned that the First Lady left Nigeria as a result of a neck issue shortly after the Eid prayers.

In a statement she signed on Saturday, Dr Aisha Buhari publicly thanked Nigerians for their support while she was overseas for medical attention.

The Nigerian Airforce Flight experienced extreme smooth air turbulence, which was safely and efficiently navigated by the Flight’s Captain and crew, she said on her way back.

The statement read, “While abroad for medical attention in the United Arabs Emirates (UAE), I want to take this opportunity to thank all Nigerians for their prayers and good wishes. I am now well and totally healed and have returned home, Nigeria.

“On our way back the Nigerian Airforce Flight experienced extreme smooth air turbulence that was safely and efficiently navigated by the Flight’s Captain and crew.

“I would like to congratulate and admire the Captain and his crew’s bravery and loyalty, the wonderful gallant servicemen and women of the entire Nigerian Air Force for their devotion to the duty and the efficiency of their fleet’s maintenance.

“I remember hosting private healthcare providers earlier this year and we had a very fruitful conversation where the problem of capacity building in the healthcare sector in Nigeria was the main priority and finance was found to be the biggest challenge.

‘I thus call on healthcare providers to take advantage of the initiative of the Federal Government through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) guidance for the activity of NGN100 billion of credit funding for the healthcare sector, as recently published to commercial banks in a circular dated 25 March 2020.

“It would certainly help develop and broaden Nigerian health sector capacity, and eventually minimize medical and tourism trips outside the region.

“I thank our frontline staff, and all Nigerians, once again for their steadfastness as we tackle the problems facing the world.”

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