Buhari: See What Kebbi State Gov Did During Prayer For The President


Following the speculations that President Muahmmadu Buhari of Nigeria, who embarked on medical vacation in London, is dead.  Kebbi State Governor, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu during a prayer session organised specially for Buhari’s health and the Unity of Nigeria did something that got everyone thinking that the president might have kicked the bucket.

Kebbi State Gov Did During Prayer For Buhari
Kebbi State Governor, Abubakar Atiku Badugu weeps during prayer for Buhari

The Sun Newspaper reports that the governor during a special prayer held at Birnin Kebbi Eid praying ground weeps uncontrollably while praying for the President.

The prayer, which was organised by  residents of Birnin Kebbi, witnessed a large turnout of people who converged on the praying ground as earlier as 8:30am to offer special prayers for Buhari and the unity of Nigeria.

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Islamic leaders, Chief imams of different mosques and associations, as well as Emir of Gwandu, Alhaji Muhammadu Iliyasu Bashar,  deputy governor  Samaila Dabai and other top government officers attended the prayer session.

They recited various verses of the Holy Qur’an and other selected prayers for the quick recovery of the president.

Governor Bagudu, who could not hold back his emotion during the session burst into tears and left. The crowd shouted “Allahu Akbar!” The prayer session came to an abrupt  end thereafter.

Before then, Bagudu had described the gathering as a sign of unity in the state and urged all Nigerians to continue to protect the unity of the country, irrespective of location and tribe.

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Leading the prayer at about 10:30am, Chief Imam of Birnin Kebbi Central Mosque, Alhaji Muktaru Abdullahi Wali-Gwandu  appealed to Nigerians to continue to pray for Buhari and assist those who need help.

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Other Islamic clerics who offered prayers at the  gathering were the  Chief Imam of Gwandu, Alhaji Musa Abdullahi, Chief Imam of Birnin Kebbi Eid ground, Imam Ahmadu Rufai, and Chairman of Ulamas Association, Alhaji Ibrahim Umar Bayewa, among others.

Meanwhile, Commissioner of Information, Culture and Tourism, Mr Jonathan  Tsado Vatsa, in a statement in Minna, yesterday,  said although indications show that the president is doing well,  there was need for prayers for him as the father of the nation.

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He added that “the president also needs prayers in his bid to take Nigeria through the path of greatness.

As a government, we are praying and we urge all Nigerlites to, starting today (Sunday), pray for Mr. President’s good health as he leads the nation through the path of greatness all through the week.”

He pointed out that everybody in the state, regardless of their religious affiliation, will be expected to pray for the president’s health “because president  Muhamnadu Buhari’s success is for all Nigerians’.’


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