- Aisha Buhari has criticised Nigerian governors and ministers
- According to her, many Nigerians cannot travel to their states and villages and live peacefully
- Going further, she said there was a need for stakeholders to support Buhari to fight insecurity
Governors and ministers have been criticised over the rising insecurity across the country by the first lady, Hajiya Aisha Buhari.
According to the first lady the rising insecurity in the country is as a result of injustice.
She said because of this, many Nigerians cannot travel to their states and villages and live peacefully, Tribune reports.
She disclosed this on Friday, November 30, in Abuja at the General Assembly of the Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs (NSCIA),.
Going further, she said there was a need for stakeholders to support President Muhammadu Buhari to fight insecurity.
She added that if the needful was not done, Nigerians would regret the outcome of insecurity soon.
“I have listened to the speech of his Eminence Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, where he talked about justice, and the Minister of Communication talked about justice and injustice, and I think he did not mention the consequences of injustice.
“The conference is timely, and this is the right time to address the problems in Nigeria, the problems have been escalating from one thing to the other. Thinking that General Muhammadu Buhari will solve it alone, he cannot do it alone, we have to work together to make sure that we do the needful, we as Muslims we operate within the guidelines of Islamic injunctions.
Legit.ng had reported that Buhari hosted a special prayer session over challenges militating against the nation's development.
The first lady during the prayer session on Monday, November 11, reviewed the importance of supplication to God for his guidance in nation-building and development.
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