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Tinubu’s Health Worsens After Multiple Surgeries – Report

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Gbajabiamila visits Tinubu in London

The health condition of Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressive Congress, APC has raised more concerns within his supporters.

According to a report by SaharaReporters, the multiple surgeries undergone by the former Lagos State Governor have “badly affected” his hands, as his condition is presently critical.

The report say Jagaban’s two hands presently shake violently and has to lean on guests to pose for photographs.

Tinubu’s godsons continue to travel to London to see their Godfather on a solidarity visits.

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila is the latest to embark on that sojourn.

Pictures of the two sitting together while Tinubu tried to put away his walking stick have also flooded the internet.

An authoritative source close to Tinubu told SaharaReporters that;

“Tinubu is in intense physiotherapy. The hands shake violently. The two hands are badly affected after several surgeries. You notice that when taking photos, he leans on his guests or gets sandwiched to avoid the embarrassing conditions of the hands,” he added.

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Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari also visited his strong ally in London on August 12, after his second surgery.

Tinubu was seen with a walking stick during Buhari’s visit, a pointer to reports that he underwent knee surgery at the John Hopkins University Hospital in Maryland, US.

“Tinubu is hospitalised in Maryland, US. His health is failing. He couldn’t participate in launching his Arewa library, and he couldn’t participate in the Local Government Area elections last week. He could not attend today’s APC congress due to health reasons. He had surgery last week,” source told SaharaReporters at the time.

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