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Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s return [PHOTOS]

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One Muh’d Kabir Wusasa, obviously a staunch supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari, has drank mud water to fulfil a vow he made should President Buhari return back to Nigeria from his medical vacation in London. Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s return.

Wusasa had promised that the very day President Buhari returns to Nigeria from his medical trip to London, he will drink water because of the pain of depression.

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Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s return

Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s returnHere’s what Wusasa wrote on his Facebook timeline with the image of him drinking mud water.

Kyawun Alkawari Cikawa Idan Kanaso Ka Zama Cikakken Mutum Idan Kayi Alkawari Kayi Kokari Ka Cika.
Nayi alkawari duk randa Shugaba Buhari ya dawo gida Nigeria daga jinyar da ya tafi Birnin London, zan sha ruwan kwata saboda zunzurutun Farin ciki. Alhamdulillah! Allah ya cika mini gurina ni kuma na sha ruwan kwata.

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Translated, his text reads:

Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s returnNigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s return

The Full Covenant of the Covenant If You Want to Become Full Member When You Make a Covenant Try To Fill.

I promise every day that President Buhari returns to Nigeria from his trip to London, and I will drink water because of the pain of depression.

Alhamdulillah! God filled me with my head and drank water.

Nigerian man drinks mud water to fulfill vow he made over Buhari’s returnRecall that President Buhari arrived the Presidential Villa, Aso Rock, Abuja on Saturday. A mammoth crowd was on ground at the airport to welcome President Buhari home after his 103 days of medical vacation.

This comes after Buhari had spent more than 100 days in London having left Nigeria on May 7, transferring power to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

His absence from the country has spun a few yet sustained protests in the Nigerian capital city Abuja. Counter protests by groups loyal to the president have also been held. Face offs between the two groups have resulted in violence.

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