Yusuf: Atiku, Jonathan, Saraki, Other Politicians Reach Out To Buhari

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Presdent Buhari and hs son, Yusuf

LAGOS DECEMBER 29TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Top politicians and prominent personalities have been reaching out to the family of President Muhhammadu Buhari over the bike accident that involved his son, Yusuf.
It will recall that Yusuf was involved in a bike accident at Gwarinmpa in Abuja on Tuesday night and is currently under going treatment at undisclosed hospital in Abuja.
He broke a limb, had an injury to the head and had to go through surgery at a clinic in Abuja but is in a stable condition.
Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar said his family was with Buhari in prayers as he expressed his condolences on Twitter wishing Yusuf a speedy recovery.
“Our thoughts are with the first family – our family will be praying for you. We wish Yusuf a speedy recovery,” Atiku wrote on Twitter.
Senate President Bukola Saraki, Former President Goodluck Jonathan and his aide, Reno Omokiri, Senator Ben Bruce amongst others, have also sympathised with the president.
Saraki prayed for a quick recovery Yusuf in a tweet from his personal Twitter handle expressed his sympathy over the accident.
“May the Almighty grant Yusuf Buhari a quick and full recovery. My prayers are with President Buhari and his family at this time,” he tweeted.
Meanwhile, there are speculations that the Buharis are seriously considering flying their son abroad for advanced medical treatment.
Contrary to reports from the Presidency, there are indications that the boy is in a critical condition with sources claiming that he has been in the intensive care unit since the accident.

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