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Thursday, January 17, 2013

HELLO FIRST LADY! How's Germany treating you?


HOTEL NASSAUER HOF, WIESBADEN


It's not something new that our first lady left the shores of Nigeria very recently, either she left by herself or was airlifted: Leaving Nigeria is leaving Nigeria.  What we know basically,  is that she's presently in Germany where she's gone for a medical checkup, for an ailment we Nigerians don't have a right to know about and that's because (it's on the need to know basis). Truth is, if we know what it is that she's gone to treat, what can we do about it.  What is very obvious majorly is that,  no Nigerian hospital could have treated madam first lady, especially as they lack the equipments for proper diagnosis and by extension even the doctors in the country would not have done a good job (at least by madam's standards). 

We just came about the address of where the first lady is staying at in Germany this morning. Her Excellency, the 1st lady of Nigeria is lodged at Hotel Nassauer Hof Wiesbaden, Germany.  It's a 5-star luxury hotel in Central Wiesbaden, it has been in existent for all of 194 years now, was built in 1819 and was remodelled in 2003. It has a Michelin star restaurant and great spa facilities. The hotel has 169 rooms and 30 suites and it's just 30 minutes from Frankfurt Rhein Airport. The hotel is a member of ''the leading hotels of the world''. Hotel Nassauer Hof Wiesbaden is referred to as the true gem of German luxury hotel. 

That's where our first lady is having her much deserved rest and we think from where she would either connect with her doctors or where they the doctors would be visiting to check her up.  We don't know where people got the unconfirmed gist about the first lady having undergone an operation to remove fibroid. People must desist from unfounded speculations,  until we all hear from the first lady's media aides, it is still just a check up.    

MORE PICTURES AFTER THE BREAK. PLS CLICK ON READ MORE




PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
ANOTHER PART PRESIDENTIAL SUITE


THE GYM
Stay well our madam. 


8 comments:

Nwachidinma said...

What is so wrong in building and maintaining our infrastructures in our country? We have the funds but lack direction. I have never heard or seen any foreign official from a developed country seek medical care in a different country. Can you imagine Michelle Obama going to India medical care or Queen Elizabeth going to America for medical treatment? We lack pride in our country.

Anonymous said...

Keep comparing first world countries to third world countries. don't burst a vessel oh.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, that picture is certainly not a picture of the presidential room of a five star hotel. Common. I have stayed in a couple and this looks like a cheap three star hotel. The bed and the sheets look so cheap. Gosh get your facts pls.

Anonymous said...

GYM KEE WHAT IN WORLD WILL SHE BE DOING IN A GYM. CLUELESS SMH

Nwachidinma said...

@ Anon. 6.16 Please who should I compare our country to? 4th world? If continue to believe in that mentality we will remain where we are. Our natural resources and the revenues we receive can change our status as a nation.

Anonymous said...

Compare Nigeria to Ghana and South Africa. That's more comparable. Do you know how long it took the first world to get to where they are? We have a very long way if you keep comparing. Use countries around you or even countries like the Asian Tigers, the UAE etc and not the UK and America. You show your lack of depth when you compare with the best nations on earth.

Anonymous said...

Natural resources and revenue won't change our status, it's our leaders. That's basic! You keep deluding yourself if you think that way. What is the 4th world BTW?

Nwachidinma said...

Points taken. I was been sarcastic with the 4th world description. It is important we aim high in life. There is a saying" Aim for the sky, even if u miss u will land among the stars i.e. (Ghana, South Africa and the rest). This is what I expect from my country. Right now our leaders are not giving us hope at all if at the drop they immediately enter their private jets and head abroad for medical checkup appointments and leave the rest of us to roast. We cannot boast of a single reliable hospital on the Island with all the in all is beauty and splendor. It is quite shameful.