Aisha Buhari thanks Nigerians for supporting President despite tough times

- Aisha, the wife of President Muhammadu Buhari has revealed her
husband’s driving force
- She said that Nigerians’ unflinching support towards her husband has
been the force driving the President and herself
- Mrs Aisha also thanked them for the consistent prayers over her
husband’s improved health
Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has expressed her
appreciation to Nigerian women for the unflinching support they have been
giving her husband since the last presidential election, adding that the
support has been the force driving the President and herself. gathered that Mrs Aisha made the comment during a session
organized to distribute food items to women organizations in Yola,
Adamawa state, Wednesday 24th May, 2017.
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“I am deeply appreciative of the support that you show to us at every
turn and promise that I will never let you down” She said.
Mrs. Aisha, wife of President Muhammadu Buhari
Mrs. Buhari also thanked them for the consistent prayers over her
husband’s improved health.
“Today’s event, which is the distribution of food items, is a symbolic
gesture and a token of my appreciation. It is meant to confirm that I have
not forgotten you, and never will.”
The Executive Governor of Adamawa state, Alhaji Muhammad Bindow
Jibrilla, speaking through the state commissioner for Education, Prof.
Kaleptapwa Farauta, said he recognizes the fact that women carry the
heaviest burden in our communities, so, anything to improve their welfare
has his full support. He thanked the Wife of the President for her
philanthropic gesture.
In her welcome remarks, Wife of the Governor, Mrs. Maryam Muhammad
Bindow, thanked Mrs. Buhari for all that she has been doing through Future
Assured, and said the event is consistent with the policy drive of the present
administration at both the Federal and state levels and would go a long way
in putting smiles on the faces of the beneficiaries.
“I urge the beneficiaries to reciprocate the gesture by supporting
government in its policies and programmes aimed at improving the lives
of Nigerians.” She added.
Items distributed include rice, sugar, tomato puree and milk.
Some of the beneficiaries who attended the event are widows, physically
challenged, religious groups and cultural groups, women council and
market women.