Since Tuesday night that the news of the accident of Yusuf, President Muhammadu Buhari’s son hit the pubic domain, more information has unveiled.

The latest is the dissatisfaction of President Buhari with his security officials, as he was reportedly angry with them for allowing his son to leave home around 8pm on Tuesday to go and ride power bike.

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Report has it that he had accident with his friend, Bashir Gwandu, each of them of his bike. President’s son, Yusuf, reportedly made attempt to overtake Bashir before the fatal accident occurred.

Both are reportedly on coma, and plans are on top gear to seek medical treatment abroad though Presidency denied the report.

The president’s only son was taken to Cedarcrest Hospital unconscious and doctors have been battling to stabilize him.

According source who spoke with THISDAY: “The president was at the hospital on Wednesday night. He was very devastated when he saw his son, Yusuf, in a very critical situation. He was shaking his head, while looking at his son and thereafter angrily reprimanded his security officials for allowing Yusuf to leave home at that time of the day for power-bike racing.

“From the way the president spoke, it appears the security aides are in trouble. He spoke angrily. The Minister of Interior, Lt-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd); his FCT ministry counterpart, Alhaji Mohammed Bello; and the Senate President’s wife, Mrs. Toyin Saraki; stayed throughout the night of Tuesday till Wednesday at the hospital with Hajia Aisha Buhari.

“While the doctors were working to stabilise him, Dambazau kept appealing to the doctors to do everything possible to stabilise Yusuf, saying the president would find it very difficult to bear the pain if anything happens to his son.”

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