Yusuf Buhari Not Dead - Presidency


The Presidency has again reacted to the rumoured death of the President’s son, Yusuf Buhari.
Yusuf suffered brain injury after he was involved in a bike accident on Tuesday December 26,2017 .
Days after the incident, the President’s son was reportedly discharged from Cedacrest Hospital, an Abuja-based health facility where he was receiving treatment, and flown to Germany.
During the period, the Presidency had debunked rumoured claims on Yusuf Buhari’s death several times.
But debunking the latest rumour, Special Assistant to the President on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie described the news as “fake”.
Tweeting via her verified Twitter handle, Onochie said, “The news making the rounds regarding Yusuf Buhari, son of Pres. Buhari & Aisha Buhari, is Fake.
“He is very alive, to their shame.”
"The evil news making the rounds regarding Yusuf Buhari, son of Pres. Buhari & Aisha Buhari, is Fake.
He is very much alive to their shame."
- @Lauretta Onochie (@Laurestar)
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