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Hanan Buhari’s wedding: Aisha Buhari expresses anger at Bulama Mustapha’s wedding cartoon

By Guardian Exclusive
12 September 2020   |   10:43 am
Nigeria's first lady, Aisha Buhari is angry at the moment. The controversial first lady is attacking a popular Daily Trust cartoonist, Bulama Mustapha, over a cartoon on the wedding of her daughter, Hanan. In the cartoon, Mustapha depicted the First Lady holding up the wedding invite of her daughter while Nigerians drowned in a pool of blood with a message: “At least you can enjoy the pictures”.

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