Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) said it learnt with shock the unfortunate bike accident of Yusuf Buhari, the son of President Buhari in Abuja on Tuesday, where he had a broken limb and also sustained head injuries.
ACF in a statement issued by the forums National publicity secretary Muhammad Ibrahim Biu thanked God that Yusuf is receiving medical treatment in a private hospital and his condition is said to be stable.
“ACF commiserates with President Buhari’s family over this unfortunate incident and wish Yusuf quick recovery”.
The apex northern socio-cuktural body also prayed God for the son’s quick recovery and that of other sick persons across the country.
“May Allah’s mercy continue to heel all the sick”.
In the same vein, the forum commended Nigerians for standing with the president always in his times of need.
“ACF also appreciates Nigerians for standing in prayers with their leaders in time of need”.
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