Aisha Buhari was Unable to see Buhari during her Visit to the UK (Read Details)


First lady, Aisha Buhari was not allowed to see her husband, President Buhari during her visit to the UK, sources in the presidency told Sahara Reporters on Tuesday.

The source stated that President Buhari has been keep away from many of his aides and bodyguards who reportedly traveled with him.

Sources told the online media platform that the President’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari who also frequents London to take care of himself, is still the manipulator-in-chief.

Further reports also indicates that President Buhari has not spoken with the acting President Yemi Osinbajo for several weeks following his departure to the UK for a second round of medical treatment of an undisclosed medical condition suspected to be cancer.

Sources gave an example of last Wednesday, when members of Buhari’s cabal called the Acting President and asked him to await a call from the ailing President, pointing out that no such call was received except one that was just a few seconds of hellos before the person hung up the phone.

SR also learned that the declaration by former Governor of Abia State, Orji Kalu, that he met Buhari in London is a complete fabrication as Buhari did not at any time receive the Mr. Kalu.

The reports also added that President Buhari is only reached by two of his aides, Tunde Saburi and Sarki Abba who have also kept mum about his health.

Aisha Buhari returned from her recent trip, she sent messages to her family members in Adamawa claiming her husband was recovering fast but asked for prayers.

Abba Kyari is said to be the cabal behind all these and he reportedly forged President Buhari’s signature to give the impression that he is still in control even after Buhari himself had handed over power to his vice.

The source also claims few days ago, Kyari passed a fake document to President Buhar’s spokesman Garba Shehu, claiming that Buhari had given Osinbajo the go-ahead to sign the 2017 budget.

According to their sources, Osinbajo had already decided on the date he would sign the budget, a decision that was delayed only by a last-minute discussion to include some projects such as the Lagos-Apapa Port road repairs. They said they were not surprised at Shehu’s fake statement claiming Buhari sent a letter granting the Acting President the right to sign the budget.