Day: 13 October 2019

Aisha Buhari: Why I left Nigeria for 2 months

Aisha Buhari, the wife of Nigerian president has denied there was any rancour between her and President Muhammadu Buhari, which forced allegedly her to stay away from the country for an unusually extended period. Mrs Buhari arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja via a British Airways flight. Mrs Buhari told the government-owned Nigerian Television Authority shortly after she returned to Abuja around 5 am on Sunday morning that she was in the United Kingdom to be with her children. She said she also saw her doctors while she was there, adding that she has always travelled out for...

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World No bra day: Benefits of Going Braless

October, the month of “Breast Cancer Awareness “, and the world is flocking to do various ways to raise awareness of breast cancer, one of which is the No Bra Day movement . For 2019, the day without bra is celebrated today, Sunday (10/13). This non-bra day movement is intended for women to leave their cavities at home, and donate money that is normally used to buy this underwear, for breast cancer charity. Women are encouraged to ‘feel more free’ or ‘be in a feminist commitment’ when they ‘throw away their braids’. For some women activists, bras are a symbol of oppression and are...

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Fake News: Aisha Buhari cautions Nigerians Upon Return

The First Lady, Aisha Buhari, on Sunday cautioned Nigerians on the dangers of spreading fake news shortly after she returned from a medical leave from the United kingdom. Mrs Buhari gave the warning while fielding questions from journalists shortly after her arrival at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, in the early hours of Sunday. The first lady was received at the Airport by the wife of Kogi State Governor, Mrs Rashida Bello, Senior Special Assistant to the President (Administration), Dr Hajo Sani and wife of former Governor of Nasarawa State, Mrs Mairo Al-Makura, among others. She expressed gratitude...

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10 Top Ranking Boko Haram Leaders Captured In Borno

The Nigerian Army has captured 10 suspected top leaders of Boko Haram in Borno. Alhaji Bukar Modu, who is on the wanted list published by the army, is one of them. In a statement by the Operations Media Coordinator, Colonel Aminu Iliyasu, the suspects were said to have been apprehended while attempting to sneak into some communities around Bitta in Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno State in a bid to escape. He added that most of the suspects are known to have operated combat vehicles during the attack in Gwoza in 2014. The statement read, “For instance, during...

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