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Aisha Buhari, now doctor in humanity from South Korean University, to be decorated on Monday

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Wife of the Nigerian President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, will on Monday, 13 August, 2018, be decorated with a Doctorate in Humanity (Honoris Causa) by Sun Moon University, Asan, South Korea.

The letter conveying the award, which was presented by Professor Hong Young-Shik at the State House, recently, states, “I have been directed to notify you, Your Excellency, on the decision of the University to confer on you, a meritorious Doctor of Humanity (Hon. Causa).”  

The letter indicated that recommendations came from various sources and these were verified.

“Your humanitarian activities have caught the attention of the world and the Senate of the Sun Moon University, especially your outstanding work with women and children through Future Assured Programme” the letter added.

According to a programme released by the University, Mrs. Buhari would be invested at the International Conference Hall of the University on Monday 13th August, 2018.

Mrs. Buhari would also be invested with a World Leadership Award by Ajou University in Suwon, South Korea for her humanitarian activities on Tuesday, 14th August, 2018. She will also commission a Seminar Hall named after her at the same University.

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