Jude Johnson  The Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has voiced frustration over what she sees as the slow pace of governance under the ruling All Progress Congress (APC) government, blaming it two powerful personalities she claims are holding President Muhammadu Buhari hostage. Buhari made this allegation on Tuesday at a conference organized by…

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Jude Johnson 

The Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has voiced frustration over what she sees as the slow pace of governance under the ruling All Progress Congress (APC) government, blaming it two powerful personalities she claims are holding President Muhammadu Buhari hostage.

Buhari made this allegation on Tuesday at a conference organized by Project 4+4 in Abuja

She, however, failed to mention the names of the powerful persons at the event where the Wife of the Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Dolapo Osinbajo, was also in attendance.

According to Aisha, her husband’s administration had “achieved a lot but could have achieved more or even achieved all it had in one year but for two people in government who will never allow things to move fast.”

The Nigeria’s First Lady however, expressed disappointment “in men who rather than fight these two men will go to them in the night begging for favour.”

To this end, she called on Nigerian women to rise and fight these ills.

“I have realized that Senator Babafemi Ojodu, Special Adviser, political, to the President, and Dr. Hajo Sani, and wife of the Vice-President, Mrs Osinbajo, are not comfortable with my saying this and want me to confine myself to my prepared speech but we must say the truth,” she said.

Not done,  Mrs. Buhari was  adamant  that the unnamed  powerful duo were retrogressive elements preventing the government from moving forward.

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