In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 20th, August, 2020

The Actual Cause Why Mamman Daura Travelled To London

The Real Reason Why Mamman Daura Travelled To London

Mamman Daura

Mamman Daura

An aide and shut buddy of Mamman Daura, Aminu Balele Kurfi, has stated that the nephew to President Muhammadu Buhari travelled to London for routine medical check-up.

Mr Kurfi was reacting to stories Wednesday that Mr Daura was flown to the UK aboard a personal jet after growing a critical medical situation suspected to be COVID-19-related.

Talking to PREMIUM TIMES Wednesday night, Mr Kurfi stated “the entire world noticed Mallam Mamman Daura with none signal of sickness on Tuesday when he attended the funeral prayer for late journalist, Wada Maida.”

He additionally stated Mr Daura typically travels for medical checks along with his long-term docs based mostly in the UK.

“I used to be a type of who noticed him off on the Airport and he known as me once they landed in London this night (yesterday),” he stated.

He described stories of significant sickness as inaccurate.


“At 80 years it’s pure that he’ll once in a while undertake medical checks,”
Mr Kurfi stated.

He added that as a free citizen, Mr Daura is free to hunt for medical providers or opinion anyplace.


“If he had been sick and the illness is COVID-19, do you suppose UK authorities will permit him to journey there right now?”
he requested.

Nigeria had on March 23 suspended native and worldwide flights to and from the nation as one of many methods of curbing the unfold of coronavirus which has to this point contaminated over 50,000 Nigerians and killed 985 of them.

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Whereas native flights resumed on July eight, worldwide flights will solely resume on August 29.

It’s unclear why an exemption was made for Mr Daura to fly in a foreign country for routine medical checks.

Mr Kurfi, his affiliate, didn’t say, though many Nigerians are suggesting he bought the particular remedy due to his relationship with Mr Buhari.

Mr Daura, a strong member of the president’s inside caucus, is believed to have large affect on the president and his administration.

Mr Daura a goal?


Mr Kurfi additionally stated Mr Daura is being focused by a piece of the media for freely expressing his opinion concerning the 2023 election.

The President’s nephew had in a latest BBC interview urged Nigerians to deemphasize the rotation of the nation’s presidential workplace between the north and south of the nation. He stated the nation ought to slightly place competence over energy rotation.

Mr Daura, a northerner, spoke at a time many Nigerians are pushing that the presidency ought to be conceded to the South when Mr Buhari completes his tenure in 2023.

He was extensively criticized for that opinion with many Nigerians suggesting he was laying the muse for the north to carry on to the presidency past Mr Buhari’s tenure.


“What’s improper in advising that Nigerians ought to go for competence and never essentially the place one comes from in electing leaders?

An aide and shut buddy of Mamman Daura, Aminu Balele Kurfi.

“There are competent leaders in all of the areas of the nation and democracy has now developed to a state of affairs whereby anybody being elected have to be on the idea of what they’ve to supply and never the place they arrive from,” Mr Kurfi stated.

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He stated a number of the individuals “attempting to deliver down the federal government by advocating for a revolution had been on the poll over the past election however couldn’t win their state, native authorities, ward and even polling unit, so they’re now resorting to name for violence. Can they be allowed to do this in some other nation?”

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Supply: PREMIUM TIMES

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