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My wife belongs to my kitchen and my living room, Buhari responds to Aisha’s interview

In Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has laughed off his
wife Aisha’s comment that she may not support him if he
runs for election come 2019.

President Muhammadu Buhari, laughing off the comment,
said, his wife, Aisha, belongs to his kitchen and that he doesn't knows which party she belongs to.

“I don’t know which party my wife belongs to, but she
belongs to my kitchen and my living room and the other

His comments to reporters in Germany promted German
Chancellor Angela Merkel, standing at his side, to give him a short glare and then laughed.

Recall that in an interview with BBC Hausa-language service broadcast Friday, Aisha Buhari had said that her husband did not know many top government appointees in his cabinet.

She also accused them of not sharing the vision of her
husband’s party, the  All Progressives Congress party.
Although she did not mention any names, she however asked people to watch out for them on the television programmes.

Buhari, who was a military dictator in the 1980s, was elected in his fourth run at the presidency in 2015 on the back of a coalition that includes former foes and opportunists who abandoned the former governing party of defeated President Goodluck Jonathan.

Buhari has not said weather he will run again in 2019.
“He is yet to tell me, but I have decided as his wife that if
things continue like this up to 2019, I will not go out and
campaign again and ask any woman to vote like I did before. I will never do it again,” Aisha Buhari said.

In his comments to reporters, Buhari also said he hopes his
wife will remember that he ran for presidency three times
before succeeding on the fourth effort. “So I claim superior
knowledge over her and the rest of the opposition, because in the end I have succeeded. 

It’s not easy to satisfy the whole Nigerian opposition parties or to participate in the government.” 

Buhari had campaigned on promises to battle corruption and turn the existence of Boko Haram into history. His government yesterday announced the first
negotiated release of 21 of 218 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014.

However, Nigeria’s northeast faces a famine that threatens to kill tens of thousands of children after Boko Haram disrupted the region’s transportation and farming. Some areas remain dangerous and inaccessible.

Nigeria has also fallen into recession amid slumped oil prices and lost its position as Africa’s biggest petroleum producer as militants attacked pipelines in the south 

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