Sunday, 21 January 2018

Aisha Buhari does not belong in the other room, she has done more opposition work against her husband than PDP' - Ben Bruce, Nigerians hail First Lady

Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari has been standing up against the maladministration in her husband, Muhammadu Buhari's government.

You would recall her famous interview with BBC where she stated that her husband is not in charge of his government and also hinted that she may not campaign for his re-election if things does not improve.




Mrs Buhari has also recently criticized the Permanent Secretary of Aso Rock over the lack of medical facilities and drugs at the Aso Villa clinic.

President Buhari had responded to his wife’s criticism by saying she belonged to his “kitchen, living room and the other room”.

And just last week she reposted a video of Senator Isah Misau (APC – Bauchi Central) criticizing Buhari's government on the floor of the Senate.

For that, the First Lady has been trending on Social media.

The senator representing Bayelsa East senatorial district in the National Assembly, Ben Murray-Bruce has described the First Lady as an “intelligent woman” who doesn’t belong to “the other room”.

He said this via his verified personal Twitter handle on Friday.

But Bruce hailed Mrs Buhari as courageous, adding that she has the capacity to lead.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senator said, “Let me say that by the actions and utterances of @aishambuhari since she became Nigeria’s First Lady, it‘s my opinion that she does not belong in the ‘other room’. She is a very intelligent woman that has the capacity to lead and lead well. Your Excellency, please never be cowed!”

Other Nigerians has also been praising the First Lady. Some even said she has done more opposition work against her husband than PDP.

See some tweets below..









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