President Buhari’s Wife Aisha Denies Abusing Privileges In London (See Full Story)

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The Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, on
Friday distanced herself from any linkage to an
alleged bleeding of the Nigerian High
Commission in London.
According to her, she didn’t abuse any privilege
of the High Commission.
The Special Assistant on Media to the Wife of the
President, Adebisi Olumide Ajayi, disclosed this
in a statement in Abuja.
She said:
She explained that the State House Abuja caters
for her meal when necessary. Other healthy
food and variety needed by her children are her
personal responsibility.
She added:
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“The attention of the Wife of the
President, Hajia Aisha Buhari,
has been drawn to a report in
Sahara Reporters where, she was
amongst other things accused of
abuse of privileges at Nigerian
High Commission in London.
“It is not in her interest to join
issues with anyone or defend
others mentioned in the report. It
is however paramount to put the
record in proper perspectives as
it concern her trips to United
Kingdom vis-à-vis the Nigerian
High Commission in London.
“Aisha Buhari has never traveled
to London with a large entourage
as was carried in the report. The
highest number of people on a
trip involves her three kids, ADC,
and her personal physician.
“The Nigerian Commission in
London has never offered any
favour either monetarily or
materially to her or her so called
entourage on any of her trips to
“ ”
“It is on record that the Nigerian
Commission in London does not
receive Aisha Buhari at the
airport with any official
distinction or privileges as was
accorded other first ladies before
“Her drivers are privately
arranged without any recourse
to the embassy for staff.
“She has never complained or
raised dust about any of these
acts by the High Commission
because of the understanding, as
clearly spelt out and practiced by
her husband, that public office
must be separated from the
private lives of the occupants.”

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