The First Woman, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, stated on Saturday she was “totally recovered” as she returned to Nigeria from her medical journey overseas.
She additionally revealed that the Nigeria Air Power (NAF) flight that introduced her again to the nation from Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), skilled turbulence however the pilots had been capable of climate the storm.
Mrs Buhari returned from the Center Jap nation the place she handled a extreme neck ache on Saturday.
The First Woman, who shared her flight expertise on Fb, thanked Nigerians for his or her prayers whereas she was on a medical journey abroad.
She stated: “On our manner again, the Nigerian Air Power flight encountered a violent clear air turbulence which was navigated safely and professionally by the captain and flight crew.
“I need to use this chance to thank all Nigerians for his or her prayers and properly needs whereas I used to be away for medical remedy. I’m properly now and totally recovered and had since returned again house, Nigeria.
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“I need to commend and admire the braveness and professionalism of the Captain and his crew, the fantastic gallant service women and men of the whole Nigerian Air Power for his or her dedication to obligation and the standard upkeep of its Fleet.
“I recall internet hosting the personal healthcare suppliers earlier within the 12 months and we had a really productive engagement the place the difficulty of constructing the capability of Nigeria well being sector was the key focus, and funding was found to be the key problem.
“I, due to this fact, name on the healthcare suppliers to make the most of the Federal Authorities’s initiative by the Central Financial institution of Nigeria (CBN) tips for the operation of N100 billion Credit score Assist for the Healthcare Sector as was launched not too long ago in a round dated March 25, 2020 to the industrial banks.
“It will little question assist in constructing and increasing the capability of the Nigerian well being sector and in the end cut back medical journeys and tourism outdoors the nation.
“As soon as once more, I thank our frontline staff, and all Nigerians for his or her steadfast as we navigate the challenges dealing with the whole world.”
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