President Buhari’s daughter, Zahra Buhari and her husband have welcomed a baby boy.
Zahra gave birth in a hospital in Spain, yesterday July 9th.
Zahra is the wife of Nigerian businessman Ahmed Indimi. She is also believed to be the fifth daughter of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria (different sources name her as the seventh of Buhari’s children). She was born to Muhammadu Buhari’s second wife, Aisha Buhari.
She is a graduate of microbiology at the University of Surrey, the UK. She and her brother Yusuf graduated from the University in 2016. She currently runs an NGO called ACE which primarily offers free medical care for sickle cell sufferers, while her husband runs his own business.
The governor of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose has reportedly shut down commercial transportation in the state ahead of President Buhari's visit to the state today. This seems to be in line with an earlier promise the governor made at a Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, rally in Ado Ekiti, the state capital.
At the rally, Fayose explained that the Buhari-led Federal Government never deemed it fit to construct a 100-meter road in the state since they assumed office in 2015.
According to Fayose, “I am not going to receive the president. If they think that they can use the police to intimidate us, it is a lie.
“This government is undemocratic, why did they close Akure Airport yesterday, when they knew that we would be receiving our party members....
A Facebook user, Chinenye Sylva has narrated how her Aunt welcomed a baby just three months after she delivered a set of twins after 12 years of waiting.
When her Aunt welcomed the twins, Chinyere shared the news on Facebook:
''I always hear this story or read it on Facebook. But today am so surprise it happened to me. Friends rise up and let us thank God who blessed my aunty with set of twin (a boy and a girl) after 12years of marriage…. cheiiiii i call him Jehovah over do, odogwu akataka, nwoke m ji eme onu… if i continue i will not finish… pls call him what you can…. rejoice with me….''
An Abuja based journalist, Gimba Kakanda has narrated why he thinks the federal capital territory is no longer safe. Read his rather funny experience below.
''You know Abuja is no longer safe. And here’s my own paralyzing experience. Issa thread!
I left a friend’s place in Asokoro around 3 AM, and, quite unusually, noticed a car trailing. The driver honked, perhaps asking me to give way. I slowed down, expecting it to overtake. It didn’t. Then it began to accelerate the moment I did. That was the first sign of danger.
I had been a night crawler and often confused whenever I read narratives of Abuja as a place unsafe, quietly dismissing them as exaggeration or paranoia. But I wasn’t going to take chances this night. No be me una...