Nigeria’s First Lady Aisha Buhari asserted that she can’t be stopped from talking while speaking from London on Thursday, December 5.
The First Lady who was a guest caller on TVC’s Journalists’ Hangout, made a clarification on her comment about the social media bill, insecurity, and poverty in the country and lashing out at underserving governors and ministers Newsbreak NG reports.
Aisha Buhari stated that she has the constitutional right to freedom of expression when asked if she has been told to stop talking. “Who will stop me? Everybody is talking in the country. Everybody should talk. It is freedom of speech”, she said.
On if she engages in pillow talk on the challenges facing the country with her husband President Buhari, the First Lady hilariously said: “There is no pillow in the Villa including the other room”.
The President’s wife who stated that she knows that the challenges facing the country come from long-term neglect, maintained that she did not specifically blame the governors while speaking at the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs General Assembly and National Executive Council Meeting held at the National Mosque in Abuja on Friday, December 29.
“We are all suffering from it. Whether you are an executive or an ordinary citizen. We can’t go to our villages and sleep with two eyes closed. It cuts across” she said.