The Guinean President, Alpha Condé, ordered a 24-hour fervent prayers for President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday.
Condé gave the order while addressing the country’s Council of Ministers in a meeting.
Condé said Buhari was expected to visit the country in March, but was unable to do so because of his health.
Guinean President expressed concern for his Nigerian counterpart’s health and declared prayers for Buhari’s quick recovery.
Guineenews.org reports that the nation’s leader asked that prayers be held in all mosques in the country in what he described as a day of prayers for Buhari.
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About 85 per cent of the Guinean population (11 million) are Muslims; eight per cent are Christians; while seven per cent are traditionalists.
Buhari travelled to London on May 7, 2017, his second medical trip after an initial 49-day sojourn.
Meanwhile a group, Kingdom Human Rights Foundation International, has filed a fresh suit before the Federal High Court in Abuja asking for an order to compel the Federal Executive Council to declare Buhari unfit to continue in office.
The suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/671/2017, was filed on Thursday by the incorporated trustees of a civil society group,