Ailing OAP Writes An Open Letter To Yusuf Buhari

OAP Sensei Uche has written an open letter to the son of President Buhari, Yusuf, over his speedy recovery abroad and the state of Nigeria’s health care system.

Uche who is presently undergoing treatment for a malignant tumour in his nasal region, in his letter to the first son prayed that his experience with Germany’s medical health care system can be transcended in Nigeria quickly.

“Hello, Yusuf,

“I write this letter as a brother and Nigerian, hoping that your recent experience has given you more insight, empathy, and strength to look beyond yourself and live for the greater good of humanity. Welcome back home brother. Thank God for granting you good health and more years on earth. As I think about what led to your accident, I realize that the desire to live to the fullest is something we both share. Power bike riding is an exciting pass time. And racing on a power bike, (laughs) you’re either an adrenaline junky or just downright crazy to do such. I too look forward to a day I ride my bike across cities and towns in Nigeria.

A Letter To Yusuf Buhari (Part 1) Hello Yusuf, I write this letter as a brother and Nigerian, hoping that your recent experience has given you more insight, empathy and strength to look beyond yourself and live for the greater good of humanity. Welcome back home brother. Thank God for granting you good health and more years on earth. As I think about what led to your accident, I realise that the desire to live to the fullest, is something we both share. Power bike riding is an exciting pass time. And racing on a power bike, (laughs) you’re either an adrenaline junky or just down right crazy to do such. I too look forward to a day I ride my bike across cities and towns in Nigeria. I’m currently in Istanbul receiving radiotherapy treatment for a malignant tumour discovered in my nasal region last year. And it’s going well thank God. Now here’s why I’m writing you this letter. Note, what I’m about to point out is not your doing, just the way life designed our paths. So take no offence or feel guilt from it. Just know that there comes a time life teaches us lessons that will benefit the world we live in. * You had the best medical care available to you in Nigeria when you had your accident. A team of some the best medical practitioners and minds in the country at your bedside. * I am lucky to have had the tumour identified after months of test in clinics and hospitals. Of which I was told I had nothing more than an infection. * You were flown out of the country as soon as you were stabilised, because the doctors I assume didn’t have the equiments and technology to continue with treatment. And note that the logistics of visa, funds and family support were all taken care off the table because of your status as the ‘First Son’ of Nigeria. I assume again that you had aides travel with you. All to make certain that your stay outside the country be comfortable and stress #SenseiSpeaks #SenseiStyle #StrengthAndCourage #GodBlessNigeria #PositiveVibesOnly

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