Nigeria’s President Sick: Jonathan In London For Medical Treatment / Check-up

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Nov 21, 2013 – Nigerian President Sick: Goodluck Jonathan In London For Medical Treatment / Check-up

The latest gist in town is that the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is very sick.

Sources claim he was airlifted to the United Kingdom few days ago for emergency medical treatment. This confirms why he was not at his 56th birthday party yesterday in  Aso rock, Abuja.

Due to his medical problem, he couldn’t have a meeting with investors in London yesterday rather he was under close supervision by medical doctors.

Though the nature of his illness has not been confirmed but Presidency sources claim it’s stress related.

President Jonathan’s health condition was confirmed by his Media spokesperson, Reuben Abati.

Read his official Press statement below:

  “In the course of his on-going visit to London for a meeting of Nigeria’s Honorary International Investors’ Council, President Goodluck Jonathan became indisposed and could not be present at the opening of the meeting today. President Jonathan has since been examined by competent medical practitioners. He has been advised to rest for a few days.

    The Presidency wishes to assure all Nigerians that President Jonathan’s condition is nothing serious and that the medical attention he has sought is only precautionary.”

To further clarify things, President Jonathan’s SA also talked about his medical condition on Twitter:

“President Jonathan undergoes medical check up in London. Became indisposed and has sought precautionary medical attention. Nothing serious”

Is Reuben Abati saying competent medical doctors are nowhere to be found in Nigeria?

30 thoughts on “Nigeria’s President Sick: Jonathan In London For Medical Treatment / Check-up

  1. Please impeach this mugu of a president he’s of no use
    instead of goodluck he has brought us many bad lucks

  2. This is an indication that this country is in the hand of wrong rulers
    GEJ is experiencing the judgement of God .
    He will take all dem corrupt rullers one after the other

  3. Uneasy lies d head dat wears d crown, if u were in his shoes u wuld b dead by now, I wish u a quick recovery my beloved president.

  4. @Jeremiah,has the president offended you so much?.I dont think you have common councellor in your family not to talk of local Government chairman.What ever you open your dirty mouth to say about Jonathan,he is moving on & he will succeed in Jesus name. May the bad luck you said follow you and your family.Mr president,get well soonest! GOD BLESS NIGERIA!

  5. Y wunt my president be sick, with all dis bokoharam wahala Assu strike wahala $ odas, who will it be dat wunt be sick? Get well soon mr president, happy birthday

  6. Mr. president! are there no qualified doctors in your country to run ur medical issues.Indeed this is a shame to Nigeria even our president is not confident of his medical team in Nigeria.After embellishing the oil funds in Nigeria. What about the senate president when his he going to fall sick also, the legislators and other criminal minded crew in government when are they flying abroad ?with billions allocation for check up.. Niger is fall dead..any will wish you a quick recovery OGA AT THE TOP

    • May God grant him quick recovery. However, it is a shame If our president who is a phd holder and receives his doctorate in Nigeria is not proud enough to receive medical treatment in his own country. How many Americans or Indians have come to Nigeria to receive medical treatment? This action of our dear president should trigger a clarion call for all Nigerians. Everyone deserves an access to a qualitative health care, which should be administered no where except Nigeria. Additionally, Nigerian medical practitioners also have a lot to do in bringing credibility in the mind of Nigerians that they are competent in their area of expertise.

  7. Why are some nigerian talking like idiot and useless human being huh?so you telling us now that naija is in good terms right? You people are fools why can’t you say the truth so that you can be free,naija is sucking down day by day you people are there praising ebele wishing him quick recovery,I pity you!

  8. @professor I.D, the likes of you are the very problem we have in this country, what is wrong if we have sound medical system in Nigeria? medical treatment abroad! are those hospital not own by countries? with all the looting going on under GEJ the proceeds are more than enough to build world class hospital here, if he has the fear of God he would have listen to the cry of the poor masses who are dying in their thousands.well for me i have never wish even my enemy dead but i will wish him what he wish the masses. And if it is in his capacity to reduce the sufferings and deaths of Nigerians and refused to act, it will never be well with him UNLESS he change and do the right thing now that he has the time and opportunity.
    For instance the Aviation scandal, for the fear of GEJ neither the SSS nor the police could act, according to one SSS official,It said through his body language you can tell that the case is no go area, otherwise why set up panel? look at Faruk Lawan and Otedola and the most recent revelation between the NNPC and swiss Oil dealers.
    And for those of us who sell our vote and conscience for money and some that are paid to come here and make unless and sentimental contribution we contributed to this problem. WE all must change and play our part to save our dear Nation Nigeria. GOD BLESS NIGERIA AND SEND US A LEADER NOT A RULER, AMEN.

  9. @Naijagist listen to ur comment, if pr Gej has invested more in our healthcare sector would he have to travel abroad for medical treatment? Blame the North 39yrs=9 President, not Gej a room is not build in a day Gej is the anointed.

  10. @gentle face the truth and do away with sentiments, when will GEJ do any meaningful thing since he has devoted all his time, energy and our resources to 2015, I hate it when people like you shy away from real truth. with the way corruption has taken over the country give GEJ 50 more years nothing will still happen except that there will be no cash money to loot.

  11. get well presido.as u recover fully .remb to fire all the incompetent men and women in ur govt..if u want us to smell the fresh air u always promised

  12. GEJ; I’m never a fan of his govt. NNPC realised almst 40bn dollars from march to august and deposited only 7bn dollars into the federation. Mr president forget abwt all other things, fight corruption if. Its d only thing u can achiev we wil b grateful til u step down in 015.

  13. Our heart goes out to you, Mr. President and family, at these trying times. Get well soon! We need you now more than ever. WARNING: The presidency should be on the guard! With 2015 around the corner, scoundrels and mischief-makers are on the prowl to act silly and dirty.

  14. Pls lets read d HEADLINE and ondastnd it properly. President Goodluck neva got sick. Pls ondastnd wot d word (PRECAUTIONARY MEDICAL ATTENTION) simply means. Its nt a serious sicknes and pls let us stop exergerating wot does nt exist. God bless NIGERIA and God bless our President and also wishing him quick recovery.

  15. The Bible says we should love our neighbour accordinp to our self. Get well soon Mr president…Those who pray for the Land we eat the good of Land. GOD Bless Nigeria

  16. My God will heal u….woe unto to ur enemies…u are God sent and he will never allow u to be put to shame…amen……GOD BLESS U GEJ

  17. the fact that gudluck is sk doesn’t mean we should nt pray for his quick recovery,but to be honest since the coming of gudluck nigerians hv been xprncing hadship he is capable of rulling

  18. I don’t wish him dead but dis man called good luck is not what Nigeria needs let’s forget sentiments Nigeria needs a sudden and swift revolution thanks I am done

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