His sister, Zahra, has written a heartfelt not to welcome her brother. She wrote;
”Alhamdulillah you’re home Yusuf..everyday we anxiously waited for news of your improvements. And EVERYDAY you surprised us. You’re totally irreplaceable in our lives and we’ve absolutely missed you.
We thank God for his infinite mercies wisdoms and miracles that unfolded on you. You are truly your fathers son. Ajiyar Allah na biyu. You are absolutely Gods will. Alhamdulillah ya Rabbal alamin ❤ We love you to bits.
Thank you to all the People around the world that prayed for Yusuf, we as his family truly appreciate it and honestly, we have seen our prayers answered on a daily basis. Never underestimate the power of PRAYERS. 🙏🏼”
Yusuf was flown out of the country after he was injured in a power bike accident in Gwanripa neighbourhood in Abuja while drag racing with a friend, Bashir Gwandu. Mr. Adesina claims Gwandu was not injured in the crash as reported in newspapers and social media outlets.
It is said that Yusuf broke his limb and sustained a head injury in the crash; a check on the hand showed it was fractured, and while at the Abuja hospital, he never regained his speech due to traumatic brain injury.
Reports have it that Yusuf was flown to St. Josef Hospital in Wiesbaden, Germany after medical sources said he had remained largely unresponsive to treatment at Cedarcrest Hospital where he was first taken after the bike accident in Abuja. The presidency earlier denied such report but Saharareporters authoritatively learnt that he was ferried out of Nigeria through the Presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.
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