Aisha Has Been Helping To Improve Lives Of Nigerians – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has commended his wife, Aisha Buhari, for assisting in improving the lives of poor and vulnerable Nigerians.

The Nigerian leader made this known in the forward of her biography titled, ‘Aisha Buhari: Being different’, which was launched on Thursday at the Banquet Hall, Presidential Villa.

The President noted that his wife had been able to fulfill her dreams of helping the poor, sick, and underprivileged in the country through her programme, ‘Future Assured’.

He also commended the First Lady for defending the rights of women, children, and vulnerable people in society, adding that her efforts have made the country proud and mde her a worthy partner for him.

He wrote: “Aisha as the world has come to know her is kind hearted; this made her transitioning into philanthropy and humanitarianism easy when she became First Lady. Her protective mien also translates to the special energy she exerts when women, children, and vulnerable people are abused. I have observed with keen interest as she addresses many of the social concerns that have given her sleepless nights.

“Her programme, Future Assured, has provided her with a special vehicle to actualize her dreams: reaching the poor, sick and underprivileged families to improve their wellbeing, sometimes in remote areas, especially IDPs.

“The stance she has taken in defence of women in our society across our rich ethnic diversity also ranks very high amongst her passing. This plays a significant role in her ability to organize and coordinate likeminded people around a singular agenda.

“All these have added impetus to the effort of the government in improving lives of Nigerians through a more robust economy and a nation worthy of our love and pride. She has therefore been a worthy partner and a beacon for some of the good things that Nigerians have come to identify with our government.”

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