Why I Said My Father Is a Silent Achiever – Buhari’s Daughter

Mrs Aisha Hanan, the daughter of outgoing President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has taken to social media to celebrate her father.

Hanan, who shared a photo of her father on her IG page on Tuesday, calling him a silent achiever has, however, come under huge criticism by Nigerians in the diaspora.

Buhari, in the final week of his second term in office, has been inaugurating projects across the country. The president had on Monday reviewed the Presidential Fleet.

Sharing a photo of her father during the Fleet Review held at the Naval Dockyard Limited in Victoria Island, Lagos. She wrote, “My Father … The Silent Achiever.” She, however, acclaims that her father does not go around blowing his trumpet like many other politicians in the country.

Reacting, some of the concerned citizens ironically concurred with her saying that the father, Muhammadu Buhari achievement is completely silent. While others bashed her wishing no repeat of the experiences the country was put through during Buhari’s administration.

Meanwhile, President Buhari during the inauguration of the N19.6 billion Nigeria Customs Service Corporate headquarters in Abuja on Tuesday joked about seeking refuge in neighboring Niger Republic should the country become hard to reside in after his exit from office.

He said; ”I try to plan to be as far away from Abuja as possible. I came from an area that is far away from Abuja. If anybody with force moves, I have a good relationship with my neighbours. Niger people will defend me.

Buhari also stated during the ceremony that his first official trip as Nigeria’s President was a visit to the Niger Republic, Chad, and Cameroon to solidify the country’s relationships with these nations.

The President emphasized saying; ”If you don’t secure the confidence of your neighbour, you are in trouble. If you are not in trouble, your children and grandchildren will be in trouble. So it is very good I established relationships with my neighbours.”


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