Gombe govt helps man who trekked for Buhari, gives him medical assistance

Gombe govt helps man who trekked for Buhari, gives him medical assistance

- Dahiru Buba, the man who trekked to celebrate Buhari's election, has finally received medical help from the Gombe state governor, Yahaya

- Days ago, he went public to say the solidarity walk affected his limbs as he asked for immediate help

- Dabiru has appreciated the assistance of Yahaya for coming to his rescue when he needed it

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The government of Gombe state has come to the aid of Dahiru Buba, who was earlier reported to be suffering from limb pains after trekking for President Muhammadu Buhari from the state to Abuja after his election victory.

On the instruction of the Gombe governor, Alhaji Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya, Dahiru was taken to an orthopaedic hospital.

In a statement signed by the aide to the governor, Ismaila Uba Misilli, the man appreciated the governor after he underwent his first round of medical treatment.

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The man deeply appreciated the government for helping him.
Photos sources: Premium Times, Today NG

The man deeply appreciated the government for helping him. Photos sources: Premium Times, Today NG
Source: UGC

Alhaji Ahmed Yaha and Isa Faruk, two individuals who carried the patients from his house to the hospital expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the government for the kind gesture.

The state commissioner of finance, Muhammad Gambo Magaji, was also thanked for his support in helping Dahiru over his medical challenge.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady took to social media to celebrate her win after successfully completing a trip from Lagos to Abuja on a bike.

The lady identified as Fehintoluwa Okegbenle shared some pictures of herself and others that embarked on the journey on her Twitter page.

According to her, it took them 13 hours to get to Abuja on a bike. She said she got a lot of discouragements when she set out to embark on the journey, but she didn't give up.

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Captioning the pictures, Okegbenle with the handle @FehinLean wrote:

"Journey from Abuja to Lagos on 2 wheels. It took 13 hours. It tested my skills, my stamina, and my general strength. You see ehn, if you don’t believe in yourself nobody will.
"I got a lot of No’s to do this trip but I did it anyways and I conquered. Where next?"

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