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Aisha M. Buhari
Official Twitter Account Of The First Lady of Nigeria, Dr. Mrs Aisha Muhammadu Buhari
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 11
GARBA SHEHU HAS GONE BEYOND HIS BOUNDARIES
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 10
Replying to @aishambuhari
As a global ambassador for Tuberculosis (TB), I also appointed wife of the vice president and the Governor's wives as TB Ambassadors.
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 10
Replying to @aishambuhari
I also unveiled at the meeting the maiden edition of the antenna magazine which is meant to showcase through the pages of the magazine the activities and projects being implemented by Governors wives with aim of improving RMNCAH+N in their various states.
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 10
I convened a meeting of RMNCAH+N stakeholders to review progress and review our commitments towards improving the health and well being of women and children in Nigeria.
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 3
Replying to @aishambuhari
I’m grateful to the good people of Kebbi State, where her final project was located for all their support. I want to particularly thank H.E. Gov Atiku Bagudu, Ibrahim Bagudu, the First Lady of Kebbi the Emirs of Gwandu and the Emir of Daura.
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 3
Alhamdulillah ! Today I was joined by family members, friends and well wishers for the graduation of my daughter, Aisha M Buhari Jnr who graduated with a first class degree.
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Muhammadu Buhari Dec 1
Today, on our 30th Wedding Anniversary, I pray for Allah’s continued peace and blessings in our home and family.
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Aisha M. Buhari Dec 1
Alhamdulillah for 30yrs of togetherness .
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 30
It was a pleasure and honor to receive renowned Muslim cleric and one of the most influential Muslim leaders in the world, Mufti Ismael Menk and his team at the state house yesterday. I wish him a safe trip back home.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 29
Replying to @aishambuhari
I also called on the Muslim Ummah to embrace the decisions of the assembly, especially those related to personal affairs and those that guide the relationship between them and members of other faiths as a tool for the promotion of peaceful coexistence in the country.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 29
Replying to @aishambuhari
I had the opportunity of telling the Council to convert its decisions from this meeting into realistic templates for practice by Muslims in the country.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 29
This afternoon, I attended the opening ceremony of General Assembly of Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, the highest decision making body of all Islamic groups in Nigeria.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 29
Yesterday, I hosted the British High commissioner, H.E Catriona Laing, Political Counsellor Dominic Williams and Senior Political Adviser Damilola Oyedele
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 28
Replying to @aishambuhari
Our younger generation, however need to be aware and equipped with skills to access HIV prevention, testing, treatment and care.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 28
Replying to @aishambuhari
As the UNAIDS HIV champion, I advocate for the eradication of mother to child transmission of HIV in Nigeria. As much as HIV is a major issue, most people living with HIV lead healthy lives when empowered with information on how to effectively manage the infection.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 28
Today I attended a symposium in commemoration of the 2019 world AIDS Day. It is important for us to remember that no other epidemic has received as much global attention and support like HIV in the past two decades.
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Zainab S-Bagudu Nov 24
In September, shared their journey and some horrifying facts on with Northern Governors Wives Forum. As begins, we will be working in our individual states to advocate against Gender Based Violence. Ending is a collective responsibility.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 25
Today I received the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Prof. Tijjani Muhammad Bande. We reviewed issues of common interest including those relating to women and children under the auspices of the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 25
Replying to @aishambuhari
I was glad to know that many firms are already into its production. I believe many more will join when they see the benefits. Beyond RUTF, Nigeria needs to prevent SAM.
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Aisha M. Buhari Nov 25
This afternoon, I hosted a Private Sector stakeholders meeting on the production of Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) for the treatment of Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) at the well-attended meeting, I secured their commitment to venture into local production of RUTF,
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