Nigeria’s First Lady Aisha Buhari is seen in a video making what appears to be a surprise arrival at Aso Rock only to find her quarters locked up.
In a video, shared on Facebook by journalist George Onmonya Daniel, Friday, the first lady is protesting being locked out of her personal quarters at the Presidential Villa.
“What did I do to you people,” Mrs. Buhari, whose face is not shown, is heard saying in the video
“Nobody told us you are coming back Gogo,” a lady tries to appease Mrs. Buhari. “Nobody told us you are coming back.”
Gogo is the first lady’s term of endearment used by her staff and close friends.
She continues to ask questions. “Is that why they should lock my room?
“Tell me this is the Villa, we have over 200 soldiers guarding us, 200 policemen guarding us, why do they have to lock this door?”
“What for? What for? Enough is enough! Enough is enough!”
“Tell me when you are ready to leave this place,” she said as the video ends.
The Trent is unable to independently verify when this video was made. However, it emerged online at about 3am on Friday, October 11, 2019, amidst rumours that her husband, President Buhari is marrying a second wife today.
Mrs. Buhari, who has been away from the country for more than two months, made her return just as an online news platform, PointBlank News, gave speed to rumours that her husband was taking a second wife today, Friday, October 11, 2019.
The woman said to be President Buhari’s new love interest is Sadiya Umar Farouq is the current minister of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development and the former federal commissioner of National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons.
Ms. Farouq, 44, is from Zamfara State.
Aisha Buhari, 48, married General Muhammadu Buhari when she was 18. They have four adult children.
The minister, the Buhari family, and the Nigerian presidency have remained mum on these rumours.