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“Nigeria, not in safe hands with Tinubu – Twitter users fires back at Aisha Buhari Over ‘Disturbing’ statement

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A handful of Twitter users recently shared their reactions to a recent statement made by Nigeria’s first lady, Aisha Buhari regarding tinubu’s candidacy.

Earlier yesterday the Nigerian first lady assured that Nigeria will be in safe hands under the guidance of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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She spoke at the one-day public symposium with the theme: “Dissecting the Asiwaju manifesto – Renewed Hope 2023” organised by the All Progressives Congress Professional Forum (APCPF) in Abuja.

According to her: “I have gone through the manifesto of our presidential candidate and have no doubt that given his experience in governance and passion to make a positive impact in our national development, we would be in safe hands. I would suggest that every idea and strategy for national security must factor in women.

“This is because the world has accepted the reality that women are agents of peace, growth and development. Their role in leadership role building, conflict resolution, negotiation and social development is as remarkable as that of their male counterpart.’

Meanwhile Aisha’s recent message didn’t go well with some Nigerians on popular microblogging platform, Twitter as they took time to share their reactions.

Here are some reactions gathered by Overtnews;

@felix wrote: For someone that apologized for her husband s failures ,now bringing another failure,”

@emmanuel opined: Nigeria was never in safe hands with her husband self, how much more Tinubu,”

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