Aisha Buhari

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Aisha Buhari

Aisha Halilu Buhari (born 17 February 1971) is the First Lady of Nigeria and wife of the current President Muhammadu Buhari, who assumed office on 29 May 2015 after defeating the then-incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan. Aisha Buhari is a cosmetologist and beauty therapist.

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  • The president does not know 45 out of 50, for example, of the people he appointed and I don’t know them either, despite being his wife of 27 years.
    • [1] Aisha Buhari speaking on her husband Muhammedu Buhari appointing an unvetted candidate to lead areas of his government
  • We must say the truth.
    • [2] Aisha Buhari statement she frequently utters fearlessly in her passionate goals to save Nigeria.
  • It is disheartening to note that some aspirants used their hard-earned money to purchase nomination forms, got screened, cleared, and campaigned vigorously yet found their names omitted on Election Day, these forms were bought at exorbitant prices.
    • [3]Aisha Buhari's response to APC party’s mishandling of 2019 elections part primaries
  • It is commendable that state governors have closed down schools; however, this could be counterproductive if parents are still going to work. We should not isolate students and expose their parents. Let us remember that they will meet at home.
    • [4] Aisha Buhari speaking on coronavirus
  • The establishment of the Future Assured College in Maiduguri, Borno State recently is to provide for the education of young girls affected by the insurgency.
    • [5] Aisha Buhari said this when she received members of the Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists (NAPPSA) from the U.S., who paid her a visit in Abuja.
  • This intervention provides a lead way of what we can do together to support these young brains to attain a brighter future because of the challenges facing girl-child education.
    • [6] Aisha Buhari said this when she received members of the Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists (NAPPSA) from the U.S., who paid her a visit in Abuja.
  • Prospect of promoting quality health and education of girl-child both at school and at home are seriously challenged.
    • [7] Aisha Buhari said this when she received members of the Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists (NAPPSA) from the U.S., who paid her a visit in Abuja.
  • I am optimistic that our common interest in promoting girl-child education can expand beyond its present scope.
    • [8] Aisha Buhari said this when she received members of the Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists (NAPPSA) from the U.S., who paid her a visit to Abuja

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