First Lady has the right to privacy – Aisha Bukhari’s assistant says she refuses to disclose her whereabouts (video)
Senior Special Assistant to the President for Media and Advertising (Office of the First Lady), Mr. Aliya Abdullahi, held the mother at the seat of the First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Bukhari.
The First Lady’s assistant, who appeared on Channel Television’s program, insisted that he was not invited to the show to reveal it.
“I’m sorry, Kayode, this is not part of the fact that I was invited here to discuss in your office.
“I will not talk about it, because this is not part of what we agreed on for me to come and discuss. So let’s leave this question in the interview, please. “
When Kayode Okikiolu told Channel Television that the news was already in the public domain and that it was important to clarify the controversy that followed, the First Lady’s aide kept her position and further stated that Aisha Bukhari had a right to his privacy.
He said in response;
“Let me repeat it this way: the first lady, although married to the president, is still a citizen of this country who has the right to privacy.
“If you choose not to talk about a particular topic at any time, you have the right to privacy, and that’s where I want to leave this issue right now. This is her right, and she has not yet decided to perform. “
This comes amid a message from the first lady who moved to Dubai, UAE, in which the insecure environment on Aso Rock was the reason for her decision.