Following the outrage sparked by the billboard posters welcoming President Buhari’s son, Yusuf Buhari back to Nigeria from Germany after a bike accident, the posters have been removed and proofs of it has been shared on social media.
Here’s the photo confirming the billboard removal below;
This is coming after Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu debunked reports that he cleared the bill for the medical treatment of the president’s son, Yusuf Buhari.
Reacting to news that he funded the cost of the foreign trip and treatment, Kachikwu maintained his detractors were behind the claim.
He said it was the same persons who have been saying that he had intention to run for governor in his home state, Delta that was behind the rumour.
“When you add these developments together, then you can see my stand that it is pointless debating with people, who delight in lowly fantasy. They cannot transcend the unfortunate stations of pulling others down”, he told Thisday.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s only son, Mr. Yusuf Buhari, who was involved in a ghastly motorbike accident last December, returned to the country last week after undergoing further treatment overseas.
According to This Day, the gentleman returned to the country on February 26. Yusuf had broken a limb and sustained head injuries in an accident while having a motorbike race in Abuja.
At the time of his accident, a statement by Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President, Media and Publicity, had said Yusuf Buhari was allegedly drag racing with his friend, when the accident happened on December 26.
Yusuf Buhari had first undergone successful emergency surgery at the Cedarcrest Hospitals, Abuja, carried out by a team of neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons.
As Yusuf’s health improved, he was transferred from the intensive care unit of the hospital to the ward, following which he was certified stable and discharged. But sources in the presidency disclosed that shortly after he was discharged from Cedarcrest, he departed the country quietly due to the sensitivity surrounding his treatment abroad.