- Nigeria's leader, Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha made an appearance together as a couple
- The two were spotted on Wednesday, October 20, at the State House following the visit of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey
- Photos of the couple all smiles have stirred sweet reactions from social media with Nigerians hailing their relationship
President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha on Wednesday, October 20, made an appearance together at the Statehouse, in Abuja.
Recall that the Nigerian leader received his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is in Nigeria for a two-day visit.
Photos shared by Bashir Ahmad, the personal assistant on new media showed the couple were all smiles as Aisha was spotted helping the president to adjust his outfit.
What social media users are saying
The loved-up photos stirred sweet reactions from Nigerians. Legit.ng gathered some reactions from Facebook.
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The people had a lot to say owing to how loved up they looked together.
Habib Sunusi said:
"His Excellency and Her Excellency."
Muhammad D Tanko wrote on Facebook:
Ambitious Hajiya said:
"A story of love."
Sheikh Muhammad Abba Ari said:
"I stand with Buhari."
Isaac Emmanuel Chinda
"Presidential love story."
"Nice love baba bihari mu may almighty Allah keep you together with pace."
Mousheer Balarabe Mohammed said:
"Kaji Romeo and Juliet."
Ibrahim Ahmad said:
"Love in asorock."
7 crucial takeaways from Buhari's meeting with Turkish president
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Buhari held a closed door meeting with President Erdogan of Turkey at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.
The Turkish leader who arrived on Tuesday evening, October 19, is in Nigeria on a two-day visit with his wife, First Lady Emine Erdogan.
In this piece, Legit.ng highlights seven takeaways from the president's discussions with his Turkish counterpart.
List of new, major bilateral deals signed by Buhari, Turkish govt
Meanwhile, the meeting between Buhari and the Turkish leader yielded mutual benefits which will unfold in no time.
In a press conference after the visit, President Buhari disclosed that he engaged in very critical discussions on some bilateral issues, aimed at strengthening the robust relationship between both countries.
According to Buhari, the key issues were on finalised bilateral agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoU).