My Son is Stable in the hospital -Aishat Buhari
Wife of the President, Aishat Buhari announced the health condition of her son, Yusuf Buhari through a post on her social media. According to her, Yusuf is stable and his health condition has improved. She thanked Nigerians for their prayers.
Upon hearing the accident news of her son, Aisha Buhari was put to bed rest because of shock.
While thanking Nigerians for their prayers, she also mentioned the name of doctors and nurses, the medical team, her personal physician and the hospital taking care of him.
It could be recalled that the only son of the President, Yusuf Buhari had a bike accident on the 26th of December 2017 around Gwarimpa, Abuja. He sustained a head injury and broken limb which was reported a serious case because he did not say a word to anybody for days.
It was reported that the he went biking with a friend. The friend is also receiving treatment.
President Buhari was advised against taking Yusuf abroad for treatment because he might not survive the long journey on plane. Yusuf was however, attended to by doctors who are working tirelessly to make sure he is medically fit.
In her words, Aisha Buhari wrote : “On the On behalf of my family, I will like to thank well meaning Nigerians for their prayers in the past week.
Special thanks to the team of doctors and specialists who have worked tirelessly to ensure that my son Yusuf remains stable, most especially Nurse Eze Doris Eberechukwu of Nisa Premier, the medical team chaired by the Hon. Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Folorunsho Adewole, the team of neurosurgeons Prof. Temitayo Sokunbi, Prof. B.B. Shehu, Dr. Biodun Ogunbo and Asst. Prof. M.Raji Mahmud, the team of Orthopaedic Surgeons Dr. Felix Ogedengbe and Dr. Akinola, the intensivists Dr. Simon Esangbedo, the Personal Physician to the President Dr. Suhayb Sanusi, my personal physician Dr. M. Kamal and the Nurses have all ensured that he remains stable while receiving treatment.
Also many thanks to Dr. Jaf Momoh CMD of National Hospital Abuja and his team for their continuous support.”