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Buhari Unveils N21 Billion Presidential Medical Centre (Photos)

The State House Medical Center in Abuja’s Presidential/VIP Wing was unveiled by President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, May 19.

The project consumed twenty-one billion Naira, according to information provided by the Federal Government.

According to newsmen, the 2,485 square meter hospital is a specialized intensive care facility for the President, Vice President, and their immediate families, as well as other VIPs.

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In addition, the hospital has a number of specialist departments that are run by a group of medical experts. There are five consultation rooms for different specialties, including respiratory, cardiology, ophthalmology, ENT, and general consultation.


According to information shared by the federal government today on the project, the hospital features a diagnostic suite with MRI, CT scan, and endoscopy equipment in addition to a specialized X-ray suite with a digital X-ray machine.

lawmakers approve President Buhari’s request for a $800 million loan

According to Abubakar Yunusa Ahmad, a member of the House of Representatives Committee on Loans, Aids, and Debt Management, the federal lawmakers have approved the $800 million loan request made by President Muhammadu Buhari.

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Ahmad clarified that the present administration will not use the loan.

He said the next administration would decide how to use the money most effectively.

“We advised them: ‘First, leave this thing to the incoming government,” Ahmad said during an appearance on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Friday.


He added, “But since the loan has been granted, we can collect. If we cannot use it, maybe when the incoming government comes, they may have a different approach to issues.”

In a previous letter to the Senate, President Buhari requested clearance for a $800 million loan from the World Bank.

The goal of the loan is to assist 10 million households or 50 million underprivileged Nigerians as a part of efforts to lessen the effects of subsidy elimination.


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Ahmad speaking on the loan being used by the present Ministers hinted at a potential overhaul of the cabinet with the incoming administration. “It was on social media that probably they intended not to use any of Buhari’s ministers because they have already taken them to have underperformed,” he said.

“We have granted that loan, it is approved, so we want Nigerians to take it but it is not going to be utilised by this outgoing government. Now, if the incoming government comes, we will see also their own template,” he concluded.


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