PFN queries Buhari’s regular medical tourism abroad

April 17, 2021
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The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) has expressed concerns over President Muhammadu health and his regular travelling abroad for medical check-up, describing it as a major national security risk.

Bishop Wale Oke, President of the PFN who disclosed this at a press briefing, said while the PFN is very concerned about the health of the president, his regular medical trip abroad is a major national security risk

“Does it mean our President is safer in the hands of foreigners than our hands? Supposing those people, in an attempt to undermine our nation, play games with our President, what can we do? Why should our elected officers be going abroad for health care when they can inject money in our health care sector?”

Bishop Oke also urged the presidency to stop hiding the truth about the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari, noting that the president is no longer a private person and needs to be more open so that the Christian body would know how to pray for him.

“We feel that the nation is not being told all the truth. We ask that the Federal Government and Presidency should lay the cards on the table and tell us what is happening to our President. He is no longer a private person; he belongs to us, so we will know how to direct our prayers. Stop hiding the health status of our President, tell the whole nation and then we will know what to do.”

Also speaking on the rising insecurity in the country, Bishop said everybody should be concerned about the security situation of this nation.

“We want to charge the Federal Government to rise to its number one responsibility of protecting the lives and property of all Nigerians. I want to charge the newly appointed security chiefs to not talk the talk but walk the talk, live up to expectations, bring their skills to bear and let’s deal with insurgency.”

“PFN is of the opinion that the government should not negotiate with bandits, negotiating with bandits is an admittance of governmental failure. Bandits are not to be negotiated with, they are meant to face the full wrath of the law.

“Why should a credible government be negotiating with rapists, kidnappers, murderers? It is not acceptable. I do not believe that the Nigerian government has failed yet, the government can rise up to the occasion and bring the full weight of justice to bare on the killers, rapists and bandits.”

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