Aisha: First lady says Hyenas, jackals’ll soon be sent out of Buhari’s kingdom


Aisha Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha and daughter, Zahra, yesterday, gave a hint on the president’s recovery and imminent return, after a long stay in an undisclosed hospital in London.

“The hyenas and the jackals will soon be ejected from the kingdom,” the first lady said in a Facebook post, while responding to an earlier post by Shehu Sani, the senator representing Kaduna Central.

Mrs. Buhari is currently in London  with her husband.

Sani had earlier posted a message in which he made a veiled reference to alleged intrigues and power play in government circle in President Muhammadu Buhari’s absence.

Senator Sani had posted on his status on Facebook:  “Prayer for the absent Lion King has waned; until he’s back then they will fall over each other to be on the front row of the palace temple. Now the hyenas and the jackals are scheming and talking to each other in whispers; still doubting whether the Lion King will be back or not…

“It is the wish of the Hyenas and the Jackals that the Lion King never wakes up or come back so that they can be kings. It is the prayers of the weak animals that the Lion King comes back to save the kingdom from the Hyenas, the wolves and other predators.”

Mrs. Buhari took a cue and alluded to some elements around her ailing husband as “the hyenas” and “the jackals,” and expressed hope that they would soon be sent out of “his Kingdom.

“God has answered the prayers of the weaker animals. The hyenas and the jackals will soon be sent out of the kingdom. We strongly believe in the prayers and support of the weaker animals,” the president’s wife replied.

Mrs Buhari’s comment attracted some comments from her followers on Facebook, who wished her husband quick recovery.

Buhari had on May 7 embarked on his second medical vacation of the year.

The First Lady returned to the UK last week after an earlier trip in June, where she spent a week before returning to Nigeria.

On her return, then, she said Buhari was recovering well and that he expressed appreciation to Nigerians praying for him.



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