- The presidency has said that those who keep wishing bad for President Muhammadu Buhari will not succeed in their evil plot
- A presidential media aide, Femi Adesina, said this in response to claims that the president is still sick
- Adesina noted that President Buhari is not only in good health but strong enough to grant public interviews since his return from London
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Femi Adesina, a special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on media and publicity, has given an extensive reply to persons who still suspect that his principal is down in health.
Adesina on his Facebook page on Thursday, April 22, said this negative position and mindset come from persons who want nothing more than evil for the president at all times.
According to the presidential media aide, the claim among these persons who even went as far as putting calls across to him on their doubt is that since the president returned from the United Kingdom (UK) he has not been since in the public, assuming something is wrong with him.
In response to the assumption, Adesina explained that the Nigerian leader is strong and even granted an interview at the airport, saying his routine medical checks went well.
"So from where did the pernicious rumour start on Sunday? From evil-hearted people, who never love to see or hear any form of good. They are people who spend their days expecting the storm, and so they never enjoy the rainfall.
"From day one in office, they have hounded and hectored the President, but God simply laughs them to scorn. Who is man that says anything and it comes to pass, when God has not said so?"
Adesina said such ill-minded persons have refused to learn from their failed efforts to see his boss ruined.
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Meanwhile, the federal government had suggested that there is no big issue about when President Buhari was expected to return to Nigeria from his medical trip in London.
The minister of information and culture, Lai Mohammed, on Wednesday, April 14, refused to disclose any specific date when Buhari will return to the country from London.