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President Buhari Battling Incurable Crohn’s Disease, Prostate Cancer & Organ Failure – Doctors

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President Buhari Battling Incurable Crohn’s Disease, Prostate Cancer & Organ Failure – Doctors

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Feb 28, 2017 – Nigerian President Buhari Battling  Incurable Crohn’s Disease, Prostate Cancer & Internal Organ Failure Causing Rapid Weight Loss – Doctors

A source close to Mr President has revealed to Sahara Reporter the exact nature of his illness.

The source said President is suffering from an incurable autoimmune disease called Crohn’s Disease which has affected his digestive system.

PMB who has been battling this condition for so long reportedly had part of his colon removed three years ago.

Just this past year, Mr President had another surgery to remove hemorrhoids, swollen veins near his rectum.

Two doctors in the UK revealed to Sahara that Buhari’s condition worsened while he was receiving treatment for prostate cancer back in 2011 and since then, he has been having serious pain caused by other chronic conditions that can’t be mentioned in this report.

Doctors in Nigeria and the UK told Saharareporters that the fact that Mr. Buhari was an outpatient indicated a condition consistent with Crohn’s disease. Two of the doctors stated that it was likely that President Buhari’s course of treatment for his prostrate and other issues led to a complication and worsening of his Crohn’s disease.

For now President Buhari can’t return to Nigeria because of all these life threatening conditions that can’t be properly treated by doctors in Nigeria.

May God grant him quick healing.



  1. James

    February 28, 2017 at 10:23 PM

    If you know that you are sick, why not resign and rest somewhere peacefully with your life. It is obvious that you can’t make any difference you promised nigerians.

    • Jilo

      March 1, 2017 at 3:00 AM

      James it appears you are more concern about Buhari relinquishing power rather than be more concern what is going to happen to Nigeria if this man eventually dies which I don’t wish him right now. Buhari is not our problem. Just wait until these cabal hijack our democracy and find their way back to our treasury.

      Some people just don’t want this man to live because he is an obstacle to the looters by preventing them from looting the nation’s dry. James, could you tell me who can honestly lead us in this Country to get us out of this mess we are in. I’m so worry that even the death of Buhari cannot bring solution to our collapsed economy.

      • Pa

        March 1, 2017 at 6:27 AM

        You are on point. God bless you.

      • Ade Ferrari

        March 2, 2017 at 12:39 AM

        God bless you I love your sense of humor, I have asked myself this same question if Bhuhari died will that change the looters mind nope, We need God in that country.

  2. Ego

    February 28, 2017 at 11:23 PM

    False no doctor in U.K will disclose his patients ailment/diagnosis. There’s what is called data protection and confidentiality..
    Sahara has lied in this case.

    • Ade Ferrari

      March 2, 2017 at 12:41 AM

      I support you no Doctor will do that in UK.

  3. Danti

    March 1, 2017 at 12:35 AM

    What? You mean he has everything ? O ga ooo.. so se agba oye no fit come finish him term now? Nigeria, I hope this wouldn’t turn to Yaradua episode 2 .

  4. Metu Nyetu

    March 1, 2017 at 1:21 AM

    SO THEY NOW EASILY BREACH the doctor-patient confidentiality? Well, worse things have been breached, in retrospect. Hence, I may not doubt this report like Ego did. Of course this could only be the reason why the presidency has kept postponing PMB’s return until they made it indefinite, keeping the populace in darkness. Again, that is why the cabal tried to give Osibanjo certain terms and conditions or resign from his office.

    NIGERIANS HAVE long suspected the worst case scenario. But would a man live longer who wishes death on PMB, and rejoices at the break of this news? The answer could be subjective, anyway. I believe that PMB is no more articulate, or he would have simply resigned. They say that lightening never strikes twice on the same place. It will only take a miracle, or I would say that we have been lied to.


  5. Mon

    March 1, 2017 at 2:23 AM

    This seems to be half truth and unverifiable, however,i am still wishing him well but the sad truth here again is this colonial masters will take all the recovered money from this administration in the name of hospital bill and the remaining will be shared among the government officials while the masses will still be gnashing their teeth.
    May God help Nigeria..

  6. Alexunique Legendary

    March 1, 2017 at 12:23 PM


  7. baby

    March 1, 2017 at 2:08 PM

    Mr man nothing will happen to Nigerian Buhari is old enough to die,when my father die nothing happen to Nigeria,the man is sick and old,cancer is a killer,Nigerian should start doing health screaming for aspiring leaders we don’t want sicky sicky president anymore,we need a president that love Nigerian not the president that travel outside Nigeria every week,look at mugabe he loves his country he dosent travel any how,YORUBA should stop voting because of tribe,There tribalim is setting Nigeria backward,Obasanjo and co should leave Nigeria alone for our young,vibrant and health men and women

  8. baby

    March 1, 2017 at 2:12 PM

    the era of confidentiality in uk is gone,doctors can disclose illness indirectly or to immigration and other organisation working with home office and most of this organisation have African or Nigeria staff

  9. Bok

    March 1, 2017 at 6:48 PM

    Mr. President should hand over power to his vice Osi, its proven that he can longer hold office due to health reasons. we cannot have president who has been sick for the past weeks and no news or sign of his fast recovery. we pray for your recovery but handover.


  10. Lola O

    March 1, 2017 at 8:07 PM

    PMB or not, death is the destiny of man. He tried his best to salvage what is left of Nigeria, which Jonathan and his cohorts ate to the bone, before leaving office. The task of rebuilding Nigeria is NOT one man’s responsibility, it is the collective, determined efforts of most Nigerians, especially our youth. Unfortunately, our youth have different priorities other than nation building. They focus more on cyber crimes and other get rich quick gimmicks. I wish President Buhari well and may he live out the rest of his days in peace. He has fought a good fight and played his own part. After all, he is only human like the rest of us, whose time on this earth is limited and who is vulnerable to ailment and other infirmities. As for the looters, you are marked for disgraceful end. Let’s see who takes wealth to heaven or hell. God have mercy on Nigeria.

  11. Lola O

    March 1, 2017 at 8:16 PM

    There’s nothing wrong with disclosing the nature of the President’s medical condition. He is a public figure and the nation has a right to know what is wrong with their leader and why he cannot perform the roles he was elected to perform. We shall all die of something, nobody walks to paradise. The doctors have done nothing wrong, that is how it is in the civilized world.

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