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Where Is Aisha Buhari On Her Birthday? Arise Adamawa Daughters Asks



Today, Wednesday, February 17, 2021, is the 50th birthday of Aisha Buhari, Nigeria’s First Lady. But the president’s wife, who attained the milestone of the golden jubilee anniversary, has not been seen in the Aso Rock Presidential Villa or anywhere in Nigeria in the last five months.

Some reports say Mrs Buhari has packed out of the Villa and relocated to the UAE.

Nigerians are not worried – the media and other interest groups like the NCWS (National Council for Women Society and even daughters of Adamawa, are not asking questions about the whereabouts of their sister.

People will argue that the Office of the First Lady doesn’t exist, is not recognized in the Nigerian Constitution. In this fourth republic, go tell that to Stella Obasanjo of blessed memory, who tragically died while trying to look more beautiful for that office; go tell it to Turai Yar’Adua, who did everything possible to keep her hubby alive so as to continue to enjoy the opulence and splendor of the office; go tell it to Patience Jonathan (Mama Africa) who in her flamboyance and verbosity, was ready to take over from her husband.

Nigerians have not been fair to Aisha Buhari, who against all odds and against the choking norm of presidential etiquette and decorum, kept speaking out her mind against Buhari’s bad governance and filial disorder.

Buhari said that Aisha’s place is in the kitchen and in “the other room”. She replied that in the other room, they don’t have pillow talks. Pity.

Nigeria’s first lady has run away and no voices of pity, anger, condemnation, or solidarity from even Adamawa daughters nor from cosmetologists and beauticians (her professional group).

Mark my words: except Nigerians find the truth why Mrs. Buhari packed out of the presidential villa, no solution would be found to the current acts of brigandage and despoliation of farmlands being carried out by some criminal Fulani herdsmen all over Nigeria.

I expect the so-called Buharists and FG social media titans and influencers to question the nexus between Aisha’s travails and the present uncivil war in Nigeria here.

Before you do that, wish Hajia Aisha Buhari happy golden jubilee birthday.

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Guber 2023: APC Youths Summon Akan Udofia



…Warn Habitual Candidates To Stay Off


A Coalition of All Progressives Congress Youth in Akwa Ibom State has called on billionaire oil magnate, Mr. Akanimo Udofia, to consider contesting for governorship of the State come 2023 on the platform of All Progressives Congress, APC.

Mr. Udofia is the CEO/Managing Director, Desicon Engineering Limited, an engineering, procurement and construction services company, one of the major service providers in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry. He was rumoured recently to have joined partisan politics on the platform of APC.

The APC youth coalition, which is an amalgamation of major political youth groups in the main opposition party in the State, made this call last Sunday, during its inaugural meeting at Akwa Ibom Renaissance Secretariat, Ewet Housing Estate, Uyo.

In his welcome remarks, Mr. Anthony Bassey, the leader of Akwa Ibom Renaissance, urged youths to close ranks and objectively weighed antecedents of every intending governorship aspirant against the collective dreams of Akwa Ibom people.

He said the era of use and dump politics is over as youths are determined to assert themselves and get involved in every aspect of state development from electioneering to governance, adding that the decision to call on Mr. Akanimo Udofia to contest the 2023 governorship election in the State was reflective of current expectations of Akwa Ibom youths.

Governor Udom Emmanuel (l) with Mr. Akanimo Udofia (m) and Senator Godswill Akpabio (r) during an award presentation ceremony in 2018.

A communique from the group, made available to The Guide Newspapers further strengthened this position, which was reached after a reassessment of the chances of the party and the desires of the younger generation to raise the ante of governance in the State and Nigeria as a whole come 2023 and beyond.

Giving reasons for its choice of Udofia, the group stated that “the State at this time is in dire need of a governor whom the people can look up from his past and current development drive and economic pursuits and connections within and around the Nation and the world and can easily attract industries, capital investment and strong capacity and ability to harness his personal resources and wealth of business acumen to the wealth and resources of the State for the general good of all irrespective of party lines, religious affinity, social status and inclinations; a detribalized Akwa Ibomite, a national and internationally known and recognized figure who could break even at any stage in the world for the good of the State.”

It continued that “after a thorough, painstaking soul search, we have come to the inescapable conclusion and we vouch for MR. AKANIMO UDOFIA as such a person that possesses all the earlier listed qualities, credibility and charisma that will give us victory with ease and will not be a disappointment to our great party and state come 2023.

“His aspiration will boost our chances and help to add quality and value to our primaries and general Elections come 2023. We hereby extend the call to our illustrious and distinguished son to contest the 2023 general election as Governor of Akwa Ibom state.”

Mr. Anthony Bassey, addressing representatives of APC youth groups in the State during the meeting at Akwa Ibom Renaissance Secretariat, Uyo, last Sunday.

The youth coalition acknowledged President Mohammed Buhari’s efforts to enhance APC’s political capital in the State through various appointments of party chieftains in his government, which sadly failed to bring about notable political gain to the party hence it admonished [federal political appointees] to harmoniously work together to foster the positive nest of political gains in Akwa Ibom State.

Furthermore, the group warned habitual governorship candidates in the party to take a break and embrace change, noting that from past contests they have tested their popularity and known their strength “we also have come to know in real political participation paradigm their strengths and weaknesses hence we appreciate all they have built for the party and their followers’ strength at each congresses and general elections notwithstanding.

“It is our earnest position that owing to their antecedents and precedents in past elections we note that if they continue to work together and see more of the party good and push forward an acceptable more credible, younger, youth friendly candidate and push same for presentation to the Akwa Ibom people, it will be very easy for our great party to take over government”. The group posited.

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