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Aisha Buhari appreciates women, diplomatic community for their support

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Aisha Buhari has expressed gratitude to women, the diplomatic community, and others for their support and collaboration as Nigeria’s first lady.

Mrs. Buhari made the remarks on Monday, when she hosted members of the diplomatic community and some Nigerian women in Abuja to mark the completion of the Ramadan month in 2023.

“It is because of your valuable contributions that our transitional journey has been made easier, smoother, and (more) productive; I thank Allah for the success.” Notably in humanitarian relief, healthcare, education, women’s and youth empowerment, and the achievements in these areas have been phenomenal,” added the first lady.

“My foundation, the Aisha Buhari Foundation and Future Assured, is grateful,” she said, “while I count on your goodwill.” I assure you that your love, confidence, and trust in me and my foundation will continue to have an impact on the lives of countless Nigerians.”

While thanking members of the diplomatic corps for their amicable working relationship with her over the last eight years, she urged them to offer the same to the next administration.

“It gives me great pleasure to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone for the excellent relationship that both my family and I have enjoyed from you over the last eight years,” Mrs Buhari said. “Your cooperation, support, and prayers during this period have added value to the success of my journey.”

(NAN)

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