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Aisha Buhari @50: Strange As Presidency Refuse To Celebrate The First Lady

Aisha Buhari wife of the president of Nigeria clocks  50 today , but the presidency has remained silent with no message from any quarter of the presidency to celebrate her first lady.

Recall that for some time now the First lady have disappeared from public space with no explanation of her whereabout from the presidency.

To make matters worst her PA have insisted she is not a public official and so she is entitled to private life.

Only the governor of Lagos state, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, congratulated the first lady on the occasion of her birthday.

the governor who issued a press statement through his chief press secretary described the first lady as a mother to all.

“On behalf of the good people of Lagos State and my adorable wife, Ibijoke, I heartily congratulate the First Lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari on the occasion of her 50th birthday celebration,” Governor Sanwo-Olu said.

“Our First Lady attaining the age of 50 years in grace, elegance and good health is worth celebrating. Over the years, you have shown your passion for the needy in our country and as a women’s rights activist and child rights advocate, you are a major critic against child marriage.

“As an advocate of women’s and children rights, your campaign for young girls to get primary and secondary school education before getting married has yielded positive results in the country.

“Your passion for women and children made you establish a Pet Project, ‘Future Assured’ an initiative to continue your advocacy work for the health and well-being of women and children through community mobilisation and health promotion. This programme without any iota of doubt has impacted positively on millions of people directly and indirectly.

“On the political turf, your ideas and contributions on national issues are of good use. You have displayed courage and bravery on many occasions to show your passion for a better Nigeria.

“On this landmark occasion of your golden Jubilee celebration, I pray that God will continue to grant you good health to enable you render more service to humanity.”

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