Aisha’s frankness sometimes appears as indiscretion, says Fayemi

Aisha’s frankness sometimes appears as indiscretion, says Fayemi – Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has described the wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, as uncalled for.

Fayemi, who is also the Speaker of the Nigerian Parliament, also said that the truth of Mrs. Buhari is of interest to many Nigerians.

He said that while the “truth of the first lady” may come from a sense of futility “, the governors are proud to have a partnership with Mrs. Buhari as an advocate for insecurity.

Fayemi said on behalf of his colleagues on Thursday at the general press conference of Aisha Aisha’s history at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The book, “Aisha Buhari: A Different People,” was written by Dr. Hajo Sani, a Professor and Head of Nursing and Women.
Fayemi said, “If you want the voice of the innocent, the voice of the defenseless, if you want to tell the truth, confidently, for your own sake, you have nowhere else to go than under the direction of His Majesty, the First Lady of the Federal Republic Republic (of Nigeria), Dr. Aisha Buhari.

“Yes, the truth can be in the form of nonsense. Some might even argue that while in this chamber, you should not be seen to say certain things but I think it is really true that we have the truth of our First Lady and that what she really likes most are Nigerians, and that is the difference it makes. ”
He added, “Sometimes people say,‘ Oh, why are you talking? Why do you protect the weak from doing so? Why are you so confident? ‘I would advise them to go and read this book and look at the work he did that led to the process itself, especially after the successful 2003 success with directors and others in 2007 and 2011 what can we do our weakness and weakness and the rethinking of our Leader at the mouth of the Nations.

The event was hosted by All Progressives Congress President Bola Tinubu, which was attended by a number of government officials including President Yemi Osinbajo; and his wife, Dolapo.

However, the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) Did not attend the incident while in London for a medical examination.


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