- The spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Olumba Olumba Obu, urges his congregation to embark prayers for President Buhari
- Olumba Olumba says the president will not die in office
- Meanwhile, Nigeria's First Lady Aisha Buhari, has given hints on the recovery of the president
While many Nigerians are uncertain as to when President Muhammadu Buhari will return to the country from his medical vacation, the spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Olumba Olumba Obu has said the president will return to the country soon.
Olumba Olumba made the statement on Sunday, July 9, while urging all branches of his organisation in Nigeria and beyond to embark on what he called ‘outing-and sing and pray for the president, Daily Trust reports.
He said: “The President of Nigeria, our own president, will soon return to the country, and in good health. Let us pray, thanking God for his good health."
This is not the first time Olumba Olumba will be making a statement on Buhari’s health.
NAIJ.com recalls that the cleric had in May, 2017, stated that Buhari would not die in office.
He also noted that the president would accomplish his tenure if he worked as a father of the nation, accommodating all sections and interests of Nigerians.
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Meanwhile, Nigeria's First Lady Aisha Buhari has given hints on the recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The First Lady in a Facebook post on Monday, July 10, said God has finally answered the prayers of Nigerians concerning the health of her president.
Speaking in riddle, Aisha also indicated that, all enemies surrounding the presidency will soon be sent out.
Aisha's message came as a reaction to a post earlier made by the Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District Shehu Sani.
Sani had in a post said that the prayer for the "absent Lion King has waned."
He also said until the return of the "Lion King" - President Muhammadu Buhari - those that have been making the prayers will fall over to take the front rows of the Presidency.
In the video below, NAIJ.com TV asked some Nigerians what they have to say about the president's long absence from the country.