US first lady undergoes kidney surgery.

The first lady of the United States of America, Melania Trump, underwent kidney surgery on Monday, May 14, at Walter Reed National Military Med

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The first lady of the United States of
America, Melania Trump, underwent
kidney surgery on Monday, May 14, at
Walter Reed National Military Medical
Center near Washington, DC, reports have
quoted a statement from her office as
saying.
CNN reports that the first lady, who
clocked 48 recently, had been
experiencing an issue with her kidney
with her office describing it as benign
but requiring medical attention.
“This morning, first lady Melania Trump
underwent an embolization procedure to
treat a benign kidney condition.
“The procedure was successful, and there
were no complications.
“Mrs Trump is at Walter Reed National
Military Medical Center and will likely
remain there for the duration of the
week.
“The first lady looks forward to a full
recovery so she can continue her work
on behalf of children everywhere,” the
first lady’s communications director,
Stephanie Grisham, said in a statement.
The report said Trump was in the office
all through the day but is expected to
pay a visit to the hospital soon.
It was earlier reported that President
Muhammadu Buhari recently revealed
the content of the conversation between
him and President Donald Trump of the
US in New York.
The US president hosted select African
heads of state on Wednesday,
September 20, on the side-line of the
United Nations General Assembly.
In a post on his official Facebook page,
President Buhari revealed that they
discussed the US’ support for Nigeria
especially in the area of corruption and
terrorism.
He also appreciated Trump’s call to him
in London and for also fulfilling
promise of supplying arms to support
the fight against Boko Haram.

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