I Can Die Anytime From Now, Nigerian Ex-first Lady Makes Stunning Remark

I Can Die Anytime From Now, Nigerian Ex-first Lady Makes Stunning Remark

  • Maryam Abacha, a former first lady, on Saturday, April 2, urged fellow citizens to embrace forgiveness
  • On her part, Maryam who celebrated her 75th birthday said she has forgiven all who offended her family
  • Maryam added that God has cleansed her heart and because of this, she can die now or even tomorrow

The wife of a late former military head of state, General Sani Abacha, Maryam Abacha, on Saturday, April 2, said that she has forgiven everyone who hurt her family.

Maryam, according to a statement issued by the former first family, said this during her 75th birthday celebration, The Sun reports.

Maryam Abacha
The former first lady said she has forgiven all who offended her family (Photo: Kano focus)
Source: UGC

The former first lady said she can now forgive and let go of the pain because God has purified her heart and as such, she is ready to face death anytime it comes, Nigerian Tribune added.

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Her words:

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“God has purified my heart and I am still alive and grateful to Almighty Allah for that. I can die now or tomorrow, I am thankful to Allah for all my life.
“To all those who offended us, I am using this opportunity to say that I have forgiven them all. I hope we shall forgive each other and God will forgive us all.”

The aged celebrant then appealed to Nigerians to embrace forgiveness towards each other.

Abacha loot: I think he tried to keep this money away from thieving hands, 2baba says

Meanwhile, Singer 2baba Idibia had caught the attention of Nigerians in the online community after sharing a fresh and personal perspective as it regarded Abacha.

The veteran entertainer recently took to his Instastory channel with a submission in which he made an attempt to give reasons for Abacha’s notorious looting during his regime as head of state.

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For 2baba, if Abacha had the genuine intent of stealing funds, then it would have been almost impossible for anyone to recover the stolen funds.

According to him, Abacha probably stole money all in a bid to protect it from the thieving nature of those in power.

The singer wrote:

"If to say Abacha actually thief this money, we for no fit recover am. Abi na only me dey think this thing. I think he tried to keep it away from these thieving hands."

Source: Legit.ng

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