Buhari’s wife donates drugs worth N135m to displaced persons in Yola

WIFE OF APC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, MRS A'ISHA BUHARI (L), SYMPATHISING WITH IDPs NURSING MOTHER MRS SARAYA MARKUS WHOSE CHILD IS SUFFERING FROM MEASLES AT BAJABURE CAMP CLINIC IN GIREI LGA OF ADAMAWA STATE ON THURSDAY (12/2/15).

Aisha Buhari, wife of the All Progressive Congress, APC, presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, has donated drugs worth over N135m to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in Adamawa State.

Presenting the drugs, Mrs. Buhari said “I am deeply touched by the plight of our people, we cannot pretend not to see the situation you people are into”.

She added: “We are not here for politics nor for religion but because we’re really touched by the condition you found yourselves”.

Mrs. Buhari urged the displaced persons to take advantage of the window of change in the country.

An official who works with Mrs. Buhari told PREMIUM TIMES the worth of the donations exceeded N135 million, and that more donations were expected.

Receiving the team, the chairman of the IDPs camps, Mohamud Goni, thanked the wife of the former Head of State for the gesture and promised that the drugs will be distributed to all affected persons.

Mrs. Buhari was accompanied to the camp by wives of serving APC governors, senators, and some chieftain in the state.

The Executive Secretary Adamawa State Emergency Management Agency, ASEMA, Haruna Furo, said the authority was doing everything possible to ensure that displaced persons are well taken of.

He commended Mrs. Buhari and called on other well-meaning Nigerians to emulate her.


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  • FellowNigerians

    Hmm, no comment. Only that Im very glad the idps got this.

  • Original_Raskal

    how did this woman with no job got such a huge amount of cash? She is poor right? Someone needs to open the file of the missing $2.8billion of 1978. So far a mere illiterate with no school cert, buhari, has five mansions and here is the wife with millions to throw about! Change my foot!

    • Bimbo

      Obviously she did not buy the drugs. She just presented them from donors.

      • Philip Musa

        are you a Nigerian at all? Abi you’re from sambissa forest?!

  • ade

    i was not surprised to see insinuations like that of original raskal.please note the article does not say the items donated were procured by mrs buhari or that she used her money.there are many members of apc and many symphatisers of the party that can collaborate for a noble cause such as this what is required is for the leadership to enjoy the good will of the people.if mrs buhari ask for donation from people to be able to give the displaced people something,i am sure many will give to her because of the believe in her and her husband.

    • Genuineman

      Yet her husband couldn’t get donations to procure his presidential form- pls tell that to the marines. Buhari truncated a democratically elected govt, enriched himself, and later worked for the most dreaded military govt ever (Abacha’s govt), stole a lot of money in PTF and up till date defends Abacha and states that Abacha never stole any money. We are watching.

      • Hassan Suru

        Buhari did not enrich himself and nobody claiming it can prove it. Also, remember that Nigerians are sacrificing their entire life earning to support the Buhari cause because of their strong belief in it. During Buhari’s campaign in Kebbi State a 90 yr old lady in Koko town popularly known as “Hajiya Mai Talle Tara” gave Buhari her entire life savings of 1million naira as her campaign donation. I only know of Hajiya’s story bcos it happened in my state. How many of her type can be found in a population of 160M? Tens if not hundreds. The bottom line is that the masses are tired of the massive impunity and corruption to the extend that a foreign journalist can say that “the name Nigeria is now synonymous to corruption”. So, while tycoons, money launderers and oil bunkerers are donating to Jonathan, the poor are donating the little they have to Buhari, and as the saying goes “little drops of water make the ocean”

    • onenigeria

      please get up. if it were a party contribution would it not be stated?

      • ade

        unsuscribe

    • Emmie

      I DONT THINK THIS JONA BOYS NEED A RESPOND FROM YOU …. NOBODY DEY THINK ST8 THEY JUST DEY WAIT FOR WEN THEY GO SUMMON ALL ONLINE JONA SUPPORTERS FOR HALF BAG OR RICE ! THEN THEY EAT THE BENEFIT WEY SUPPOSE COME THEIR WAY IN FUTURE …. ALL WE ARE SAYING IS THE COUNTRY NEEDS CHANGE WE NEED A NEW LEADER ENTIRELY …!

  • sammyctu ode

    The humanitarian, compassionate and Godly behaviors and side of the Real Geninue First Lady In- Waiting.

    • Ken

      Shit! This is the wife of a man who could not raise N27m to buy form. now donating N135m! Nawao! How sheepish they are!

  • Kosi Omasili

    This is a very selfish political move. For over 30 years after Buhari served as a Military Head of State, he has made no contributions in the health, education, agricultural and other sectors, to improve the livelihood of Nigerians. He has not acted like a Statesman to make contributions to National discourse and the development of Nigeria’s democracy. In fact, for selfish reasons, he has for years shunned the all important National Council of States Meeting.

    The only time Buhari and his family gets active in national issues is whenever Buhari wants to contest elections. What a hypocritical show. IT IS A BIG SHAME AND MORE THAN ENOUGH REASON FOR HIM TO FAIL. Selfish hypocritical move!

    • Mr. Abdin

      GMB is not a thief that is why he cannot give wan he does n’t have.

    • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

      Pure crap!

      I welcome the gift and attention, but would welcome, even more, how Mrs. Buhari got the money.

      I am sure there is a perfectly reasonable explanation for this but I would like a reassurance that this is not a precursor to Madam Piss.

      APC, it would do well to tell Nigerians where the money for this came from and reassure us.

      If the monies for the drugs or medicines came from donors, please make them public and do not put Mrs. Buhari’s name to money that doesn’t belong to her.

      • Maverick

        His husband lied that he couldn’t afford 25m naira APC’S presidential nomination form and his wife donated N135m? Isn’t there lies in Buhari’s claims?

        • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

          @Maverick, is it not wise to ask questions and seek answers before jumping to conclusions?

          That is what wise people would do, at least?

          • Maverick

            What question in an obvious case?

  • Elis Davia

    Wonders shall never end, how can the wife of a man that said he doesn’t have money be able to donate drugs worth N135 million? Who are they deceiving?

    • Frank

      She was accompanied to the camp by wives of serving APC governors, senators, and some chieftain in the state. We already know how the money was raise, lets stop acting here

    • Condolina

      Why drugs sef. You no see beans , rice and tuwo to donate. Are they all sick with Malaria. Or maybe GEJ has already provided those things so you want to support with medicine. hahahahaha. APC you will not kill me with laugh ooh

      • Elis Davia

        APC doesn’t have a reasonable agenda

  • Afolabi

    Why wear APC attire? Just askinh so that I can be sure you were not campaigning. …SMH

    • Condolina

      What do you think. It is money laundering na. disguised as NGO work in APC uniform. By the way no international body gave her money. Na the PTDF money she dey bring out small small. Oleeee

  • Bigzy

    So how madam wey not get work manage save N135M to give away? Abi, were we not told recently that her husband had to sell two of their mansions in Victoria Island to pay their daughters’ tuition fees abroard?

    • Philip Musa

      better yet, this is the wife of a man who claimed not have 16 million naira to pick up an INEC form? By the time this guy is done with Nigeria, you’ll be lucky to see N0.50K Only change in your pocket.

    • ali kasko

      Don’t mind them with their lies jooooor…#no2Buhari

    • Emmie

      u dey live buhari wife backyard ni or boys quarter wey make you talk say she no get work .. ? Nigerians sha !

      • Bigzy

        So, since you de live there, na wetin she de do? Further, why did she allow her husband to take a loan for the registration of his candidacy, if she has such a large sum slushing about? abeg, tell us.

  • ali kasko

    Buhari claims he don’t have one million naira in his account,i wonder where on earth his wife got N134M to buy drugs,big story for the gods, #NO2BUHARI

    • August January

      Ask those who run NGOs, they would tell you there are thousands, if not millions, of international trusts, charities and organizations who are always ready to support initiatives like this, in so far as they know you are genuine and sincere. Of course, there are processes to follow, just like when people apply for scholarships. The Americans, British, Germans, and others in the West are more generous than us. So, if you enquire further, you would discover that those drugs are from such organizations outside Nigeria. For example, I know someone who won a scholarship of about 29,000 pounds (imagine that, that is more than 8 million naira for a single person) to study in the UK, which included his entire tuition fees, monthly maintenance allowances, health insurance, study travels, thesis expenses, and flight tickets to and from the UK. I know many Nigerians would say it’s not possible.

      • Prince Ericsson

        Shutup! Your bokohari has been exposed by his wife!! This is a man who has been claiming he is a saint and has only 150 cows and less than 1m in his account. What about the pictures of his daughter Zara who schools in the UK shopping in high-brow fashion shops? Will you say that international trusts, charities and organizations also sponsored her shopping? Yeye dey smell! #GEJtill2019

        • Condolina

          hahahahaha

  • August January

    Educate yourself! Ask those who run NGOs, they would tell you there are thousands, if not millions, of international trusts, charities and organizations who are always ready to support initiatives like this, in so far as they know you are genuine and sincere. Of course, there are processes to follow, just like when people apply for scholarships. The Americans, British, Germans, and others in the West are more generous than us. So, if you enquire further, you would discover that those drugs are from such organizations outside Nigeria. For example, I know someone who won a scholarship of about 29,000 pounds (imagine that, that is more than 8 million naira for a single person) to study in the UK, which included his entire tuition fees, monthly maintenance allowances, health insurance, study travels, thesis expenses, and flight tickets to and from the UK. I know many Nigerians would say it’s not possible.

    • Condolina

      Abeg wetin be the name of her NGO, when did she start it ( me set I wan to do humanitarian NGO, I promise not to chop the money or use it for political campaign). Such amount must be recorded in the donor country and possible made headlines there. Kindly show us the news article that says Money was donated to Buhari’s wife young NGO. And She use am do campaign for her husband. Nonsense. You do not have facts you just one ya mouth and speculate. Very typical of Nigerians. Oleo

      • Emmie

        If i were u ..i will just keep quiet ..i no go even comment self … see as you disgrace urself for here ….! u no get point u reason too low ..ur IQ self no gree low he vex leave u …. oga reason before u nag abeg look for something constructive !