Ex-Military President, Babangida returns from medical treatment abroad

Former Military President, Ibrahim Babangida

A former military Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida, has returned from medical treatment at a German Hospital.

Mr. Babangida, who was away for two months, was received by the Minister of Defence, Aliyu Gusau and close family members at the Minna Airport.

On arrival, he thanked all well wishers that stood by him during his stay at the hospital, adding that “I miss everyone around me’’.

“When I rest, then we shall talk more with my friends about current issues as we usually do. But for now, let me rest,” he told reporters.

The retired military general was welcomed home at his hilltop residence by his grandchildren.

Other personalities that welcomed Mr. Babangida home included AVM Hamza Abdullahi, Gen. Halilu Hakilu, Col. Habibu Shuaibu and former Chairman of Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN), Umaru Ndanusa.

(NAN)


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  • bakare

    My prayer for Ibrahim Babangida is may Almighty Allah reward him appropriately both here in the world and the hereafter based on how he ruled this country during his tenure.

  • bakare

    The unborn generations of NIgeria can hardly forgive Ibrahim Babangida on how he ruled this country and put us in the current situation we are. Only Allah knows the appropriate reward for him and may Allah reward Babangida appropriately.

  • Lanre

    I struggled to come here and read this. Why must Premium Times make this individual who should be in jail the subject of a news report? The Press has a role in promoting worthy examples. Babangida is not one!