Nigerian President not doing well - Africa correspondent

The Nigerian Presidency has dismissed rumors that President Muhammadu Buhari has passed on.

There has been fake news circulating online that the east African country leader has died.

Buhari took medical leave last week and traveled to London.

According to my sources in London and Nigeria, Buhari is not doing very well... There is definitely something happening.

Crystal Orderson, EWN Africa correspondent

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