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Aisha Buhari flown to Dubai for urgent Medical Treatment

Nigeria’s First Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari has been reportedly flown to Dubai, United Arab Emirates for urgent medical treatment.

Sources said she has been complaining of neck pains and  was was flown last weekend during the Muslim Sallah holidays.

The pain, it was gathered, started shortly after Mrs Buhari returned to Abuja from a trip to Lagos in July where she had visited Mrs Florence, widow of former Oyo State governor, Abiola Ajimobi.

Aisha was said to have self-isolated for 14 days after her return to Abuja in line with the Coronavirus safety regime.

SaharaReporters reports that a source close to the seat of power said that the First Lady’s neck pain assumed a disturbing dimension shortly after she completed the 14-day isolation period, forcing the decision to fly her to UAE for medical treatment.

The source confirmed that she is in a stable condition and observing bed rest at a hospital in the Arabian country.

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