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24 Aug 2020
Nigeria's first lady Aisha Buhari has returned from the United Arab Emirates where her doctors were treating her for neck illness.
4 May 2020
Aisha Buhari, Dolapo Osinbajo, others hail healthcare givers on Workers’ Day
6 Dec 2019
Last week, the wife of the president, Aisha Buhari called on state governors to more at improving living standard of citizens. The statement generated argument, and to clarify the statement, Mrs. Buhari phoned into TVC News' Journalists Hangout to say she spoke on behalf of Nigerians. The wife of the president also condemned frivolous speech made on social media. She gave an instance of the reported resignation of the Vice President.
29 Nov 2019
The wife of Nigeria’s president, Aisha Buhari is encouraging the local production of Ready to Use Therapeutic food (RUTF) which would aid in ending acute malnutrition in the country.
17 Oct 2019
Between Aisha Buhari and Fatima Mamman Daura...
15 Oct 2019
Aisha Buhari speaks on why she has been away from Nigeria, reacts to trending rumors
8 Aug 2019
Breast feeding is the right of every new-born child, and the government of Nigeria recommends that initiation of breastfeeding should begin immediately after childbirth. So says the First Lady of Nigeria Dr. Aisha Buhari, while speaking at the launch of the Zero water campaign during the 2019 World Breastfeeding Week which held at the International Conference Centre Abuja.
19 Jun 2019
Child's Rights must be safeguarded - Aisha Buhari
4 May 2019
What Aisha Buhari said at the launch of Digital Brail Quaran.
23 Feb 2019
Buhari caught peeping into his wife's ballot paper.
29 Dec 2018
Akpabio's wife to Aisha Buhari: 'No shaking in Akwa Ibom for APC'.
26 Dec 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his wife’s (Aisha) allegation that his government has been hijacked by cabal was false. Buhari recently speaking interview with the Voice of America (Hausa) said that the allegation was ‘her business…’and that it shows that he is a ‘real democrat…’ Buhari went on to ask those alleging that the cabal has taken over his government to come out and say those things they feel was staged managed by the cabal and what the cabal forced him to do should be mentioned. Buhari recently speaking interview with the Voice of America when asked: “Have you heard of the word cabal? People have been alleging that there are some few people in charge of this administration, that you are not the one in charge. Even your wife said something about this recently, what do you have to say about this?” Said: “That’s her business… This shows I am a real democrat…

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