Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised by his London doctors to undergo surgery to remove the cancerous
growth, a presidency source confirms to The IGBERE TV. According to the reliable source, Buhari has, indeed, been diagnosed with cancer and the cancer is “growing but not spreading” and doctors have recommended immediate surgery to remove the growth.
But Buhari is hesitant to undergo the treatment because he would take 6 months to recuperate, during which time, he would be away from the office THE TRENT reports.
“Yes, the president has cancer. The doctors found cancer confined in the tissue mass in his prostrate. It’s in the cells. It is growing, but not spreading,” the source disclosed to The Trent, on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
“The UK specialists say that considering Baba’s [Buhari’s] age, there’s a high chance that it will start spreading if it is not removed. But Baba is reluctant because it will mean that he will be away from work for six months,” the source revealed.
“So, the president is waiting and