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Buhari has testicular cancer —Pamela Mojekwu

By News Express on 24/02/2015

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All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.), “obviously has testicular cancer,” popular sickle cell activist Pamela Mojekwu has said.

Writing yesterday afternoon (Nigerian Time) on her Facebook wall, Pamela Mojekwu, CEO of Sickle Cell United Chicago, Illinois, USA, said:

“Buhari obviously has testicular cancer and is in UK receiving treatment. Why are his followers being ever so secretive and abusive to others about it? He will not be the 1st nor will he be the last to get cancer of the balls. I hate to say it is quite normal but I will not.”

Responding to one of those who reacted to her post, Pamela Mojekwu, a celebrity keep fit expert in Nigeria before relocating to the USA, wrote: “My issue with this whole thing is not that he has cancer but that his followers are hiding it and are so quick to HURL insults at people who ask. Cancer is not the issue.”

Contacted this morning by News Express for more details, she said: “I will send you more info.”

•Photo shows Buhari.

Source News Express

Posted 24/02/2015 1:22:08 PM

 

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