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Ajimobi prays for Yusuf Buhari’s quick recovery

Oyo State Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, has reacted to the bike accident of President Muhammadu Buhari’s son, Yusuf.

Ajimobi urged Nigerians to pray for the quick recovery of Buhari’s son, calling the incident a temporary setback.

Yusuf Buhari suffered head injury after he was involved in a bike accident on Tuesday night.

In a statement by the Governor’s Special Adviser, Communication and Strategy, Mr. Yomi Layinka, Ajimobi described the unfortunate incident as depressing.

“The abiding grace of God that allowed the ebullient young man to survive the crash will see to his quick and complete recovery. It is indeed heartwarming to hear that he is in a stable condition now and responding well to treatment.

“On behalf of the government and people of Oyo State, I pray that Yusuf will soon be back on his feet. The incident is a temporary setback and one of the vicissitudes of life. He will come out of it stronger and will live long to fulfil his destiny.

“In the African culture of being our brother’s keeper, I urge Nigerians to continue to remember the first family in their their prayers and thoughts in this difficult period.”

 

About Lanre Oyetade

A multiple award winner in Economics and business journalism, Lanre Oyetade has served close to two decades in the media industry, spanning different notable stables, where he is privileged to have risen to the position of a title editor. A masters degree holder in Economics from the University of Lagos and doctoral student at the Babcock University, he is a winner of the prestigious NMMA Capital Market Award for two consecutive years (2004 & 2005), and was also a nominee for the body’s banking and finance and money market awards for two years. In 2013, he also won the Most Outstanding Business-Reporting Title Editor award of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN). A minister in the LORDS’s vineyard, he has been an inspirational speaker and resource person at many corporate and religious fora since early 2004, and has so far authored three books on the capital market; on personal effectiveness, and on personal finance, in 2008 and 2014, respectively.