Wada returns to Abuja for check up
The Kogi State Govnernor, Captain Idris Wada, three days after he was discharged from the Cedarcrest Orthopaedic Hospital, Abuja, where he was receiving treatment following a fatal crash, yesterday returned for check up and thanked President Goodluck Jonathan in particular and Nigerians in general for their show of love.
Wada particularly express gratitude to God for sparing his life after a close shave with death, his speedy of recovery and for the prayers offered for his survival and quick recovery by Nigerians.
The Kogi Governor who was in crutches, also commiserated with the people of his state over another fatal accident that took the life of a security aide to the Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Hon. Lawal Jimoh.
Wada who came for his first post-surgery medical examination, expressed appreciation to President Jonathan for remaining in constant touch with him even after his visit while he was still admitted in the hospital.
Responding to questions from newsmen that had stormed the hospital when they got wind of his coming, said,”I thank God almighty and all Nigerians, especially Mr. President and all the people who have been praying for me”.
On the crash which claimed the life of a security detail to the Speaker Kogi State House of Assembly, Governor Wada said though he received the news with rude shock, but we cannot question God.
According to him, “it’s unfortunate and everybody is to take heart. Death is from almighty God, it’s from him we came and to God we’ll return”.
Wada spent about 45 minutes with the Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Cedarcrest Hospital, Dr. Felix Ogedegbe.