Guinean President, Alpha Condé, asked all Muslims in the country to hold a 24-hour prayer for President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday.
Condé gave the order while addressing the country’s Council of Ministers in a meeting on Thursday.
Reports indicate that he expressed concern for Buhari’s health and afterwards declared that Friday be devoted to prayers for Buhari’s quick recovery.
According to a local news platform, Condé revealed that Buhari was expected to visit Nigeria in March, but was unable to do so because of his health.
As a result, he asked that prayers be held in all mosques in the country in what he described as a day of prayers for Buhari.