Yusuf, reportedly the only son of the President, was taken to Cedarcrest Hospitals in Abuja after the road mishap, where he was placed in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the health facility.
A statement issued by management of the hospital today and shared by one of the President’s aides, Mr Bashir Ahmad, it was disclosed that after the successful surgical operations carried by a team of neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeans, Yusuf was now stable and making “remarkable pre hospital emphasised that no friend of the President’s son was involved in the accident as widely reported in the media.
The statement also disclosed that at no time did the wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, collapsed during the period as also widely reported.
“Her Excellency the First Lady was not at any time treated for shock and she was not admitted into Cedarcrest at any time.
“In addition, Cedarcrest Hospitals has remained open to other in patients and out patients and at no time were any patients denied access to the hospital,” the statement signed by the Medical Director, Cedarcrest Hospitals, Dr Felix Ogedegbe, said.