President's child released from clinic

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The doctor's facility said Yusuf has gained exceptional ground in his recuperation.
President Muhammadu Buhari's child, Yusuf, has been released from Cedarcrest Hospital, Abuja where he has been getting treatment for wounds managed in a motorbike mischance on December 26, 2017.

Yusuf broke an appendage and managed damage to the head on Boxing Day and has been hospitalized at Cedarcrest in the Federal Capital Territory since the mishap.

As indicated by an announcement issued by the healing facility on Friday, January 12, 2018, it reported that Yusuf is prepared for release subsequent to gaining noteworthy ground in his recuperation.

The announcement read, "Mr. Yusuf Muhammadu Buhari, child of His Excellency President Buhari, was conceded into Cedarcrest Hospitals Abuja in the late hours of the 26th of December 2017, after wounds maintained as a rider of a cruiser. Following starting adjustment, he was taken into concentrated care. He experienced fruitful crisis surgical operations the next morning completed by our group of neurosurgeons and orthopedic specialists.

"Over the next week, his condition enhanced amazingly and he was exchanged from serious care to the ward. He has stayed stable from that point forward and has kept on gaining exceptional ground. He is presently prepared to be released.

"His amazingly quick reaction to treatment so far is declaration to the world-class early care he has gotten here in Cedarcrest, Abuja."

Just Yusuf was engaged with mishap

The healing facility additionally tended to some false stories that have been accounted for about the mishap and occasions that tailed it.

As opposed to media reports that Yusuf slammed with a companion, the healing facility remarked that the president's child was the just a single associated with the mishap.

The announcement read, "There was just a single individual associated with this occurrence. Nobody else required treatment for this episode or its consequence. Yusuf's companion was not associated with the mischance and did not manage any wounds at all."

The doctor's facility additionally rejected reports that First Lady, Aisha Buhari was dealt with for stun in the outcome of the mischance, commenting that it never happened.

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