Aisha Bukhari flies to Dubai to deliver her daughter Zahra to campaigning Con

Aisha Bukhari flies to Dubai to deliver her daughter Zahra to campaigning Con

Aisha Bukhari flies to Dubai to give birth to her daughter Zahra as agitation over police brutality in Nigeria continues

The revelation contradicts the widespread belief that Ms. Bukhari was in Nigeria at the time, especially after she voiced calls by young citizens earlier this week for an end to police brutality.

The First Lady of Nigeria, Ms Aisha Bukhari, is currently in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, along with her entourage, awaiting the scheduled birth of her daughter Zahra.

The revelation contradicts the widespread belief that Ms Bukhari was in Nigeria at the time, especially after she voiced calls by young citizens earlier this week to end police brutality.

On October 17, the first lady posted a video on social media showing a photo of President Muhammadu Bukhari meeting with service leaders using the hashtag #AChechijamaa, which in Hausa means “saving people.”

The post featured a song called “Arewa na kuka,” which means “northern screams,” sung by Cannywood star Adam Zango playing in the background.

Because of this act of Ms. Bukhari, many citizens thought that it happened in Abuja, the center of power in Nigeria, in solidarity with the people.

But Sahara Reporter’s results showed that the first lady had been absent from the country for several days and is unlikely to return until her daughter has a baby.

Recall that in August, Sahara Reporters revealed how Ms Bukhari flew to Dubai on a plane owned by billionaire Mohammed Indimi on the pretext of a health emergency to purchase luxury items in preparation for the wedding of one of her daughters, Hanan. …

The first lady’s trip was drafted in such a way as not to come as a surprise due to the violation of government restrictions on international flights due to the outbreak of the coronavirus at the time.

On March 23, 2020, the Nigerian government banned international commercial flights to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

But this protocol was violated, and the first lady granted her wish.

Hanan’s marriage to Mohammed Turad, son of former MP Alhaji Mahmoud Sani Shaaban, who represented Zaria in the House of Representatives from May 2003 to May 2007, took place on September 4, 2020 at the presidential villa.

Zahra, to be passed on at any time, is married to Ahmed, the son of billionaire Indimi.

They married on December 16, 2016 in a lavish ceremony attended by some of Nigeria’s most powerful people.

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