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Nigerian govt says President Yar'Adua healthy

International Herald Tribune: "ABUJA: Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua has received medical treatment in Saudi Arabia, a source in the presidency said on Sunday, but the government said he was in good health and fit to lead Africa's most populous nation.
Yar'Adua, known to have a chronic kidney problem, travelled to Saudi Arabia two weeks ago for the Islamic obligation of Umrah, the lesser Hajj. He has cancelled a state visit to Brazil which he had planned to make after the Muslim pilgrimage"

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