Former Minister of Aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha, as the light in the presidential villa.
In a post on his official Twitter page on Thursday, the former minister welcomed the First Lady back to Nigeria.
Fani-Kayode wrote: “Welcome back home to our amiable First Lady Aisha Buhari.
“I repeat you are the light of the Villa. You are unstoppable and God is with you. Stand strong!”
Welcome back home to our amiable First Lady @aishambuhari. I repeat, you are the light of the Villa. You are unstoppable and God is with you. Stand strong! pic.twitter.com/kktvFFrp6k
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) August 20, 2020
Naija Mode recalls that the first lady of Nigeria had reportedly travelled to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, for medical treatments.
Mrs Buhari left the country following a trip to Lagos State for a condolence visit to the wife of late Oyo State Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi.
It was gathered that the first lady made the urgent trip during the Eid-El-Kabir festive period in the last week after complaining of neck pain for about two weeks before her departure.
According to SaharaReporter, a source reliable source in the Aso Rock confirmed that Mrs Buhari’s neck pain became serious after the trip from Lagos which she had her completed a 14-day self-isolation before the Dubai trip.
The source, however, assured that Aisha Buhari is in good condition as she is only taking some bed rest in the UAE hospital for now.
But the presidency had debunked the reports by the online newspaper.
The Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity (Office of the First Lady), Aliyu Abdullahi, said there was no danger or emergency to the health condition of the First Lady.
Abdullahi said though he had not been in the State House for a while because work has been skeletal around there for a while, he was sure that Aisha Buhari was in no health crisis.
He, however, stated that he could not affirm or deny that she might have travelled out of the country, he said he knew the First Lady was not ill and was not in any health emergency condition.