President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, Mamman Daura has been flown out of the country after he fell ill with an undisclosed illness.
Information gathered revealed that he has been taken to United Kingdom.
Daura, 79 was flown in a private jet to the UK on Wednesday after exhibiting respiratory difficulties with symptoms similar to Coronavirus since last Friday.
The development has stirred reactions from some quarters especially at the time the Federal Government is about to lift the ban international flights.
Recall that the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika made the announcement on the micro-blogging site, Twitter on Monday evening.
Nigerians have taken to the Micro-blogging platform, Twitter to react to the development.
No wonder International flights resumed!
— Uremma (@chioma_nkwoji) August 19, 2020
@ayemojubar who flew this man to the UK when we have First Cardiology?
— paul@mon (@amonPS) August 19, 2020
Healthcare they refused to develop for the suffering masses of Nigeria.
Every minute they are running to UK and Dubai hospitals on the backs of Nigerian tax payers money while the masses still die from cholera, malaria and childbirth on a daily basis.
— OLUOMO OF DERBY (@Oluomoofderby) August 19, 2020
Can we not ask UK, US and UAE embassies to stop issuing health related visas to our political class ? I mean it should be granted if they really want to help curb corruption and the decay in our country and health sector..
— KAASH (@realkaash) August 19, 2020
Now we know why international flights resumed earlier than scheduled, yet schools remain closed.
The country of ironies and selfish priorities called Nigeria…
— UltiMax (@UltiMaxxy) August 19, 2020
One of the reasons they open Nigeria International Airspace, and some here will think they make sense writing crappy narratives.
First they delay for Buhari daughter now they open, soon another wave of COVID will commence in Nigeria.
Importing rubbish daily
— Yusuf Abubakar (@madigorod) August 19, 2020
International Flights flies when they’re involved but for other Citizens, Oyo is your name!
— RITA ENGLISH (@RITAENG1234) August 19, 2020