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Pro-Buhari goons takeover protests: ‘No past US President with health challenges was removed or resigned while in Office’–says Prof. Francis Osita Onukwuli, APC–Vice Chairman-USA-APC Georgia Branch

Pro-Buhari goons takeover protests: ‘No past US President with health challenges was removed or resigned while in Office’–says Prof. Francis Osita Onukwuli, APC–Vice Chairman-USA-APC Georgia Branch New York[RR]USA-Abuja–While CHarles Oputa (aka Charly Boy) and his group #resumeorresign# protesters continue its mobilization are calling on sick-Buhari who is in faraway London to resume or resign. A […]

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Pro-Buhari goons takeover protests: ‘No past US President with health challenges was removed or resigned while in Office’–says Prof. Francis Osita Onukwuli, APC–Vice Chairman-USA-APC Georgia Branch

New York[RR]USA-Abuja–While CHarles Oputa (aka Charly Boy) and his group #resumeorresign# protesters continue its mobilization are calling on sick-Buhari who is in faraway London to resume or resign. A pro-Buhari group under the aegis– Coalition for Good Governance and Change Initiative have converged at the Unity Fountain, Abuja singing solidarity songs in support of the Nigerian government.

Some of the placards being displayed at the protest ground include: ‘the system is working, no cause for alarm, ‘we repose confidence in President Muhammadu Buhari,’ our president is recuperating, Nigeria is moving forward.
Meanwhile, checks by this reporter show that the anti-Buhari protesters may have deserted the Unity Fountain premises.

Meanwhile a Professor, AP & Gifted Math Teacher Clayton County Public Schools, Math Research Assistant, Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA back pro-Buhari protesters inferring past sick US-Presidents who didn’t resign.
His words: “What the protesters did was despicable and inhumane. President Buhari is human and is susceptible to illness. He only went to London to seek medical help. We all need to pray for him to get well soon and by the grace of God he will return to Nigeria sooner than we expect.

He added, ‘I thank the Pro Buhari supporters for finding the time to stage a counter protest against the protesters. As I had earlier indicated, President Buhari is not the only world Presidents who suffered illness in office and none of the ill presidents was forced to resign. Below is my previous post on this matter:
No past US President with health challenges was removed or resigned while in Officeby Prof. Francis Osita Onukwuli, is National Publicity Secretary APC-USA Chapter, Vice Chairman APC-USA Georgia Branch.

‘From heart failure to depression, U.S. presidents have suffered from common health problems. American first 10 war-hero presidents brought a history of illness to the White House, including dysentery, malaria, and yellow fever. Later, many American Presidents attempted to hide their ailing health from the public, making health a medical and political issue.

“Clearly, Charlie Oputa and his uninformed group of demonstrators and protesters need to take a good look through history and learn about the health issues of past US Presidents in the White House. This history is capable of making the demonstrators think otherwise.

Andrew Jackson: 1829-1837

The seventh president suffered from emotional and physical maladies. When the 62-year-old was inaugurated, he was remarkably thin, and had just lost his wife to a heart attack. He suffered from rotting teeth, chronic headaches, failing eyesight, bleeding in his lungs, internal infection, and pain from two bullet wounds from two separate duels.

Grover Cleveland: 1893-1897

Cleveland was the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms, and suffered throughout his life with obesity, gout, and nephritis (inflammation of the kidneys). When he discovered a tumor in his mouth, he underwent surgery to remove part of his jaw and hard palate. He recovered, experiencing disfiguration of his mouth, but ultimately died of a heart attack after his retirement in 1908.

William Taft: 1909-1913

Taft suffered from morbid obesity. At over 300 pounds, he was the fattest president in history. Through aggressive dieting, he lost nearly 100 pounds, which he continually gained and lost throughout his lifetime. Taft’s weight initiated sleep apnea, which disrupted his sleep and caused him to be tired during the day and sometimes sleep through important political meetings. Also due to his excessive weight, he suffered from high blood pressure and heart problems.

Woodrow Wilson: 1913-1921

Along with hypertension, headaches, and double vision, Wilson suffered from a series of strokes. These strokes affected his right hand, leaving him unable to write normally for a year. More strokes rendered Wilson blind in his left eye, paralyzing his left side and forcing him into a wheelchair. He kept his paralysis a secret. Once discovered, it instigated the 25th Amendment, stating that the vice president will take power upon the president’s death or resignation.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: 1933-1945

At the age of 39, the FDR experienced a severe attack of polio, resulting in total paralysis of both legs. He funded extensive polio research, which led to the creation of its vaccine. One of Roosevelt’s main health problems began in 1944, when he started showing signs of anorexia and weight loss. In 1945, Roosevelt experienced a severe pain in his head, which was diagnosed as a massive cerebral hemorrhage. He died shortly after.

John F. Kennedy: 1961-1963

Although this young president projected youth and vitality, he was in fact hiding a life-threatening disease. Even through his short term, Kennedy chose to keep secret his 1947 diagnosis of Addison’s disease—an incurable disorder of the adrenal glands. Due to chronic back pain and anxiety, he developed an addiction to painkillers, stimulants, and anti-anxiety medication.

Ronald Reagan: 1981-1989

Reagan was the oldest man to seek the presidency and was considered by some to be medically unfit for the position. He struggled constantly with poor health. Reagan experienced urinary tract infections (UTIs), underwent removal of prostate stones, and suffered from temporomandibular joint disease (TMJ) and arthritis. In 1987, he had operations for prostate and skin cancers, and suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. His wife, Nancy, was diagnosed with breast cancer and his daughter died from skin cancer.

George H.W. Bush: 1989-1993

The senior Bush almost died as a teenager from a staph infection. As a Naval Aviator, Bush was exposed to head and lung trauma. Throughout his lifetime, he suffered several bleeding ulcers, arthritis, and various cysts. He was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation due to hyperthyroidism and, like his wife and family dog, was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder Graves’ disease.

Warren Harding: 1921-1923

The 24th president suffered from many mental disorders. Between 1889 and 1891, Harding spent time in a sanitarium to recover from fatigue and nervous illnesses. His mental health took a serious toll on his physical health, causing him to gain an excessive amount of weight and experience insomnia and exhaustion. He suffered from heart failure and died suddenly and unexpectedly after a game of golf in 1923.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: 1953-1961

The 34th president endured three major medical crises during his two terms in office: heart attack, stroke, and Crohn’s disease. Eisenhower instructed his press secretary to inform the public of his condition after his heart attack in 1955. Six months before the election of 1956, Eisenhower was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and underwent surgery, from which he recovered. One year later, the president suffered a mild stroke, which he was able to overcome.

“As these presidents have illustrated, anyone can suffer from the diseases, illnesses, and maladies prevalent in our society, from obesity to heart disease. Anyone, including our President, Muhammadu Buhari can suffer from the diseases common in the White House as well as throughout the world, including depression, anxiety, stroke, and arthritis.

‘Now, let us continue to pray for the quick recovery of our beloved and God-sent President who continues to wage war on corruption. Yes, if Nigeria will witness prosperity in the near future, then defeating corruption today is a task that must be done and overcome…Prof. Francis Osita Onukwuli writes from Atlanta, Georgia USA.

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Anonymous commentator said Nigerians are “fools”. “Yes they want the rights to protest, but Nnamdi Kanu has no right to protest?

T’hat is how senselessly these Fulani and their Hausa vassals reason. That explains why in their hallucination, they believe they can sit on their superiors and rule and kill them forever. And Islamic terrorists in Nigerian police uniform on horsebacks gave them escort and protection, and they will get paid from oil money.

‘This picture of unemployed Islamic street urchins being protected by Nigerian police as they openly attack and denigrate people’s right for protest, even as they protest themselves, is the reason why Nigerian must be peacefully or violently dissolved.

Adefemi Akinade Adesiyan added: this show the level of poverty in Nigeria the politicians has distribute their usual 1000 thousand naira to the miscrant ato go and disturb the peaceful demonstration of the law abiding citizen who got the permit from the police before the rally take place and somebody from the Presidency now come out to embrace them and welcome even with marijuana in their month so if you are in government side you can do whatever you like Nigeria is a funny country truth will soon come out Saraki was indicted the noise was every where but Ghana must go went round and the noise die a natural as typical of Nigeria even the media houses including social media keep quiet”, he fumed.

Credit: DAily Post, APC-Francis Osita Onukwuli, Atlanta, GA, USA

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