IF YOU DO NOT DISCLOSE, THEN YOU MUST TREAT WITH PRIVATE FUNDS.

IF YOU DO NOT DISCLOSE, THEN YOU MUST TREAT WITH PRIVATE FUNDS.

Calling Nigeria, a zoo is disrespectful to wild animals. There is more decorum in a zoo than in present Nigeria. No veterinarian will be reimbursed after treatment of zoo animals without disclosing their ailments. Animals that keep their ailments secret are left to die if the ailment is life-threatening.

Welcome to Nigeria, where a President has been away for one third of a year, spent over 10 billion Naira, excluding security votes, estacode for the sick President and aides, aircraft parking fees, room and board, and entertainment and transportation for curious visitors from Nigeria. When all the various expenses, which are ongoing are tabulated, the real figure may be closer to 50 billion Naira.
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“Looted” money which have been discovered in coffins, cabinets, farms, and under mattresses have been plowed into the treatment of President Muhammadu Buhari. This explains why the over one trillion Naira supposedly recovered from “corrupt” officials has not lifted the economy out of recession. Instead it was used in lifting Buhari out of Abuja to London. What is more corrupt than the public treatment of the President’s private ailment which he contracted prior to assuming office? The secrecy may be due to the fact that his illness is avoidable which may tarnish his image if revealed.

I agree with the sycophantic APC megaphones such as Lie Mohammed, Josephat Igbokwe, and Laurentia Onochie that President Muhammadu Buhari should not disclose his illness because he is a private citizen. If he withholds his diagnosis from the payers of his bills, he should also shun public money for treatment of his mysterious illness.

Finally, any public official who does not disclose the nature of their serious ailment should use private money for treatment. The humongous amount of money spent on caring for President Buhari will build a world class medical center in Nigeria that would encourage medical tourism from neighboring countries thereby generating foreign exchange earnings for the country.

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