- The hospital listed six different diseases that would be focused on to celebrate President Muhammadu Buhari's return
- Buhari returned from London on Saturday, August 19
- The surgery will hold in one week starting from Sunday, August 20
To celebrate the return of President Muhammadu Buhari from London, a hospital in Kaduna state has declared one week of free surgery for patients.
President Buhari returned to Nigeria from London on Saturday, August 19, after at least 103 days of absence as he received medical attention for an ailment.
“In Kaduna, Sultan Hospital will carry out free surgeries for one week as gratitude to God for bringing back Buhari alive! Spread the word,” AS Aruwa said on Twitter displaying a poster that carried the information.
The listed areas of free surgeries include herniorraphy for adults, herniotomy for children, lipoma excision, excision of breast lumps, ganglion excision and hydrocoelectomy.
The announcement was made by Tasi’u Ibrahim for the management while the surgeries would commence between August 20 and 26 at the hospital located at AH 1, Makarfi Road, Rigasa, Kaduna.
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There has been massive jubilation in Nigeria since the president returned. In Daura, his hometown, the residents are organising a massive celebration following Buhari’s return.
NAIJ.com had reported earlier that governors from the south-east part of Nigeria have welcomes President Muhammadu Buhari back to Nigeria after he spent 103 days in London treating an ailment.
While President Buhari was away, there were a lot of speculations and rumour concerning his health status resulting in visits by governors, ministers and other top politicians in the country.
Watch how Buhari's return is being celebrated in Katsina state currently: