First Lady Aisha Buhari returns after reports she fled Nigeria to protest against husband’s ‘plans’ to marry second wife

The First Lady of Nigeria, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, returned to the west African country on Sunday after a long holiday in the UK. Unconfirmed reports had said she fled Nigeria in anger to protest against her husband’s rumored plans fo marry a second wife.

Mrs. Buhari arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport in Abuja at 4.30 a.m. local time via a British Airways flight, her spokesman, Suleiman Haruna, said in a statement to TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA in Washington D.C.

with (l-r) Barrister Mary Eta, Joy Nunieh and Dr. Mairo Almakura

Speaking to reporters on arrival, Mrs. Buhari said she was happy to be home after a well-deserved rest. She confirmed that she was fully rejuvenated to continue the work of improving the health and well-being of women, children and other vulnerable Nigerians.

First Lady, Mrs. Buhari on arrival flanked by associate Joy Nunieh on her right and SSA to the President, Dr. Hajo.

She used the opportunity to thank her husband, family and well-wishers for their support and encouragement.

On hand to receive her were wives of present and former and governors and many associates.

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