Aisha Buhari Departs From US And Arrives In London





The First Lady of the Federal Republic of
Nigeria, Aisha Buhari, left the United States
yesterday to go to London, United Kingdom
as part of her 10-day international trip. Mrs.
Buhari stayed in the United States for four
days only, less than originally planned
according to sources speaking with
SaharaReporters. Mrs. Buhari was invited to
speak at the United States Institute of Peace
in Washington DC and at George Mason
University in Virginia. She also celebrated the
25th Anniversary of the Zumunta
Association and gave an interview at Voice
of America Hausa service.
The First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,
Aisha Buhari, left the United States yesterday to go
to London, United Kingdom as part of her 10-day
international trip. Mrs. Buhari stayed in the United
States for four days only, less than originally planned
according to sources speaking with SaharaReporters.
Mrs. Buhari was invited to speak at the United States
Institute of Peace in Washington DC and at George Mason
University in Virginia. She also celebrated the 25th
Anniversary of the Zumunta Association and gave an
interview at Voice of America Hausa service.
SaharaReporters obtained photos of Mrs. Buhari arriving
and departing the United States through Dulles International
Airport in Washington DC, with some photos clearly
indicating that she was in the airport because of the signage
saying “Dulles Employee Checkpoint” and her US State
Department escorts.
Despite the publication of Mrs. Buhari’s itinerary and other
photos distributed from her trip, Governor Ayo Fayose of
Ekiti State and spokespeople for the Peoples Democratic
Party (PDP) have said that she never went to the US. Mr.
Fayose claims, despite available evidence, that Mrs. Buhari
is wanted in the US for corruption.
Investigations by SaharaReporters and the New York Times
however found that there is no evidence to suggest that the
First Lady was involved with the scam referred to by Mr.
Fayose.


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