BOMBSHELL: There is hardship in the country – Aisha Buhari

Aisha Buhari returns to Nigeria begins work in Kaga

Wife of President Muhammadu Buhari, Hajiya Aisha Buhari, came back quietly from her foreign trips a while ago.

Since her return, Aisha has commenced work in her charity organization.

Aisha and her committee members on humanitarian crisis, kick started the distribution of relief items to Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, in Bornu State.

Their target site is in Kaga Local Government Area of Borno State.

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The relief items were nutritional food collected from her ‘Get Involved initiative, under her Future Assured program.

Her organization collects and collates relief material from individuals, agencies, parastatals, friends, associates and organizations.

The materials are donated in cash or kind. Thereafter, she redistributes the gifts to victims of Boko Haram insurgency.

Flagging off the distribution of the relief items, which is the pilot scheme in Beneshiekh town of Kaga, Mrs. Buhari said 350 households would benefit from the relief materials.

She guaranteed that all the communities affected by insurgency in the North-East would also benefit from the Get Involved gesture.

According to Aisha, “We are doing this to cushion the hardship of our traumatized victims of Boko Haram.

“Aside from this, the current economic hardship complicates the plight of those already affected by violence across the country.

“Not just BH, but with people affected by other related violence that have hitherto affected some parts of this country.

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“Now that peace had been restored by our gallant troops and our IDPs have also returned home, we deemed it fit to assist our people with nutritional food items.

“I believe this gesture will be extended to all parts of this country affected by violence.

“This will encourage those still living in camps to go back to their liberated communities,” Aisha Buhari said.