According to Punch News reports, it was reported that the First Lady, Aisha Buhari, said on Friday in Abuja that the newly inaugurated N21 billion Presidential Wing of the State House Medical Centre will end the need for future presidents and their family members to seek medical treatment abroad.
Punch News also reported that Aisha Buhari disclosed this when she joined President Muhammadu Buhariand some other dignitaries for the commissioning ceremony of the facility situated on the premises of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
She also stressed that it is unnecessary for presidents and political leaders to travel abroad in a bid to seek medical help, adding that the Nigerian health sector is now 100 percent fit to tackle health problems.
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According to her words, Aisha Buhari also said that "my husband, Buhari, once spent three months abroad for medicals, and that's not proper." "That shouldn’t be because we have all the experts in Nigeria. We only need a good platform." She claimed
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