- Nigeria's first lady Aisha Buhari is campaigning against insecurity
- According to her, all lives matters and the government must do everything to secure them
- Meanwhile, Nigerians have reacted to her campaign with mixed feelings
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As Nigeria continues to grapple with many issues including insecurity, the first lady, Aisha Buhari on Sunday, October 18, unveiled another campaign against banditry and other forms of abnormalities in the country.
The first lady made her mind known in a tweet via her Twitter handle.
The campaign, #ArewaMufarka, was accompanied by two videos slides and one picture of five persons with the placards reading “EndInsecurityNow; EndBanditryNow; AllLivesMatters”.
Recall that on Saturday, October 17, she shared a simple but powerful message on her Twitter handle. The hashtagged message which was written in her local Hausa dialect #Achechijamaa translates as #Savethepeople.
Meanwhile, Nigerians have reacted to her powerful message.
Here are some reactions to her message on Facebook:
Igbonta Charles Nnaemeka
"Ma'am tell your husband not about #EndSARS but is about police reform, pay them well kit them well so they can not be looking for peanuts, if I may ask, you don't love the way royal police of UK or USA kits??? Even South Africa, reform Nigeria police."
"So, what have you posted... Why post something to everyone in a language understood by only few? This is certainly not it madam."
"Thank you first lady. I hope you continue to push for Mr President to re align with the masses not those opportunists that hijacked his government distancing him away from his people as he was before ascending to the throne."
Victor Walaco Nwaneri
"Check out your post our First Lady.....all the Security Chiefs you posted in the video are all Hausa/Fulani and you tell us that you are projecting one Nigeria. This is barbaric to the highest other and needs to protest."
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"This is not what we want, we want you the first lady of this great nation to join the protest for a better Nigeria."
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