President Muhammadu Buhari had a telephone conversation with Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano state, on the Wednesday 23rd of February.
According to online reports, Buhari had allegedly intimated the Governor about the improvement in his health condition, in the three-minute phone conversation which was made entirely in Hausa.
Both men spoke while a prayer session, which was broadcasted live on some radio stations, was going on at the Kano state government house.
About 300 imams and Islamic leaders from all Islamic denominations across the state attended the prayer session.
“How are you feeling now, Your Excellency?” Ganduje had asked, to which Buhari replied: “Alhamdulillah (all praise be to Allah).”
Ganduje informed Buhari of the prayers, and Buhari said: “Maa shaa Allah”, meaning, “God willed it”.
He expressed the hope that God will accept the prayers, and asked the governor to extend his regards to the clerics.
Speaking after the discussion with the president, Ganduje appealed to Nigerians to continue to pray for Buhari and for the success of his administration.
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