Jonathan Visits Kogi Gov Wada In Abuja Hospital As Doctor Assures On His Health Condition
President Goodluck Jonathan today paid a 15 minutes visit to the Governor of Kogi, Idris Wada, at the Cedarcrest Hospital, Abuja where he is recuperating from injuries sustained in a car crash in which his police Aide Camp, Mohammed Idris died last Friday.
The President who arrived the private hospital in Garki II area of the Abuja metropolis, in company of a few aides, was received by the Minister of Health, Onyebuchi Chukwu, and the hospital’s Chief Medical Director (CMD), Dr Felix Ogedengbe, before he was ushered into the governor’s ward.
Precisely 15 minutes after going into Wada’s ward, Mr Jonathan who adorned a brown and cream strip attire with a red cap, emerged from the hospital room and returned to his Aso rock presidential villa.
The hospital’s CMD who offered to speak to Journalists who the president had earlier failed to talk to assured that the governor “is already doing step-climbing. He is doing very well at the moment. You know it was a severe injury. We have continued to watch out for any other problem that he might have but at this stage, we have not seen any other problem at all.”
According to him: “From the medical point of view, he is quite healthy and he should be ready to go back home in a couple of days. I can only at this stage tell you that he will be ready to go back home in a few days but I won’t be able to tell you specifically which day.
“He is not going to be in the hospital for weeks, he does not need to be here for weeks”.
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