BREAKING: Aisha Buhari Leaves London For Nigeria

Aisha Buhari, the wife of the Nigerian’s President has left London, the United Kingdom for Nigeria.

She was seen off by wife of the Nigerian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Mrs. Modupe Oguntade.

Mrs. Buhari provided the information on her verified Twitter handle on Saturday evening.

“Wife of the Nigerian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Mrs Modupe Oguntade seeing me off. Thank you so much madam,” She tweeted alongside a photo of herself and her host.

Her long absence gave rumor mongers the privilege to speculate that all is not well with the first family.

Aisha Buhari

Her return also comes a day after it was allegedly reported that her husband, President Muhammadu Buhari, was about picking another wife, a report that has been debunked by the Nigerian Presidency.

Aisha Buhari

Mrs. Buhari had not been seen in public since she traveled for the Hajj last August.

She was not in the country during the last Eid when the President hosted eminent Nigerians and other citizens in his country home of Daura.

President Muhammadu Buhari was only photographed with his children who had celebrated the Muslim festival with him.

Wild rumour had greeted Aisha’s nearly three-month absence, though she had also used her social media handles to send messages to Nigerians on Independence Day and also on the Day of the Girl Child, among others.

She also weighed in on the video featuring some lecturers at the University of Lagos discussing how they allegedly awarded marks to female students who offered s-x.

While Aisha was absent from Nigeria’s public scene, the President was rumored to be planning to wed one of his ministers.

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As far as Nigerians are aware, the wedding did not happen, though the Presidency did not address the issue.

Throughout Aisha’s absence since August, the Presidency did not tell Nigerians where the First Lady had been.

Her Saturday evening announcement seemed to suggest that she was at least leaving the United Kingdom for Nigeria, though it could not be readily ascertained where the First Lady had been, and for what, precisely.

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