19 May 2017

Nigeria: Buhari's Privacy Should Be Respected - APC Chieftain

Ibadan — The immediate past Chief Whip of the Oyo State House of Assembly, Abiodun Adigun-Hammed-Morphy, has urged those demanding to know the health status of President Muhammadu to respect his privacy.

He said the president had right to his privacy and called on critics to raise alarm if they felt the country was not being run according to the dictates of the constitution.

The former lawmaker, who spoke with the Daily Trust yesterday in Ibadan, Oyo State, said rather than dissipating energy over mundane issues, Nigerians should use the forthcoming Ramadan to pray for the country and the president.

He said it was the collective responsibility of everybody to make Nigeria great.

According to Adigun, Buhari had respected Section 145(1) of the Constitution when he handed over to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo before he embarked on medical trip to London.


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