- Aisha Buhari has again displayed her generousity to fellow Nigerians
- The first lady distributed food item to the poor as a Christmas gift
- The items were distributed to members of Our Lady Queen of Pro Cathedral Catholic Church of Nigeria in Abuja
In the spirit of Christmas, the first lady of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari, on Sunday, December 22, distributed some food items to Christian familiies in Abuja.
Beneficiaries of Aisha's kind and humanitarian gestures were members of Our Lady Queen of Pro Cathedral Catholic Church of Nigeria in the Federal Captal Territory (FCT), Daily Trust reports.
According to Wole Aboderin, the special assistant on Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) matters, office of the First Lady, the move was to help less-privileged families as much as is possible.
Delivering the items to Reverend Father John Jimoh, Aisha said: "Christmas is a time to show love to one another because it is an act of kindness to humanity.
"As we celebrate, let us remember to share our joy with the poor and less privileged. I wish you all happy Christmas and a prosperous new year.”
She used the opportunity to call on the well-placed in the society to share their riches with those who are far below the poverty line in the country.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that governors and ministers had been criticised over the rising insecurity across the country by the first lady.
According to her, 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.
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.
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