READ WHAT NIGERIANS ARE SAYING ABOUT AISHA BUHARIS INTERVIEW TO BBC

  • buhari was not in charge doing the permission Idiagbong , during Abacha’s he left the running PTF to the secretary. It has always been his style not to be in control. He reads speeches and acts contrary to the speech. A cabal is in charge coordinated by the chief off staff.

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    Corruption is fighting back, even in the president’s kitchen. Since when is it normal that appointees should be personally known to the First Lady? So if the president had appointed people personally know to her, she would have had no issue with it? Is that not the type of system we are trying to change? For her, ordinary citizens “sitting in their home” should not be called to serve the nation based on their competence, unless they are personally known to her or her husband. This is simply a cry of a woman who obviously wants to be in control and share the country among “people personally known to her and her husband”. Her outburst is uncalled for. If she has issues with her husband’s method of handling appointments, she should have discussed it with him at home. Not on BBC. At least Patience Jonathan supported her husband throughout. This is outright disloyalty in the highest order.

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    She is a courageous person like her husband! While she does not need to get involved overtly in the affairs, it is the place of her husband to pay more than passing attention to what she is saying!

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      u are spot on dear, i appreciate aisha buhari’s outburst, it goes on to show the term wailing wailers they dubbed on us was not actually a bad thing. we saw it on time and voiced out, they said we are just exhibiting the ranting of those who lost elections. but no genuine Nigerian who has the progress of Nigeria at heart will keep quiet in the face of this provocation by buhari and his handlers. i am happy the wailing wailers club is increasing with the coming of the insider(mrs buhari) in this govt. all we crave for is good governance and nothing more. Nepotism as currently flaunted by this regime will make Nigeria losers and buhari will be the greatest loser. his credibility has waned considerably.

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    WHAT AISHA IS SAYING IS THAT THE PRESIDENT IS NOT USING HER OWN PEOPLE OR HIS PEOPLE LIKE WANT EVERYONE IS SAYING.

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    Nigerian women! Rebellious lot but a lot more honest than their Nigerian men. Anyway, I hope in spite of her grievances, she is giving Buhari all his dues in the kitchen and bedroom.

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    For the first time in this country we have a first lady who is sincere and mean well for Nigerians, she wanted her husband to deliver his promises and not betray those who fought so hard for him to get to the top but unfortunately Buhari is an illiterate so he has nothing to offer this country rather than pursue looters, as a lay ur bed so u will lay on it, Buhari remember that what u do 2day will determine how 2mrw will be and if u did not live to withness the vice versa remember u leave ppl behind

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    For me,as you are entitled to your own opinion,nothing is as embarrassingly disheartening &cold as your spouse(wife,husband) belittling your ideas/opinions publicly,more so if it’s the wife.Hence,for whatever reason(s),The First Lady should have conveyed a sensitive statement as this via a different means which would not be attributed to her directly.Having been with PMB for 27yrs is enough for her to have dissected her husband’s best way of convincing him on every matters.She has to stand with PMB in the public on issues such as this even if she might diverge in the closest.No best person,no worst person in life!

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