Insecurity: Buhari’s wife apologises to Nigerians


Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, has apologised to Nigerians for the country’s insecurity over the last seven years, as well as the harsh economy that has made life difficult for Nigerians.

She gave the apology on Friday in Abuja at the 62nd Independence Day Special Juma’at Prayer and Public Lecture with the theme “Shura: The Islamic Foundation of True Democracy” which was held at the National Mosque Conference Hall, Abuja.

According to her, the noticeable depreciation of the naira and the continuous drop in the foreign exchange rate have taken their toll on the economy, which she blames for the hardships and difficulties Nigerians face in education, health, and other day-to-day activities.

She did, however, commend the military’s efforts in addressing the country’s security challenges thus far and wished them continued success.

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“Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, as you may be aware that this government is making its exit and perhaps witnessing the last anniversary of the regime, I pray for Nigerians to pray for a successful election and transition programme. The regime might not have been a perfect one, but I want to seize this opportunity to seek forgiveness from the Ulamas and Nigerians in general. We all need to work together to achieve a better Nigeria.

“Your Excellencies, distinguished guests, it is also noticeable that our naira is being evaluated and the foreign exchange rate has affected our economy causing a lot of hardship and difficulties in terms of education, health and other day-to-day activities of our citizens.

“We must unite and fight against security challenges. While the efforts of the government are well appreciated, it is important to know that many programs have been put in places such as agriculture, entrepreneurship, and engagement of youth and women to cushion the effects and provide alternatives.

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