Women Aspirant Have my Full Support- Says Aisha Buhari

Mrs. Aisha Buhari, Wife of the President Has Shown her Support to all women Aspiring for political Offices all Over The Country

 

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Aisha said this while hosting a woman political group from southeast, led by the wife of Imo state governor
She, however, called for respect for party supremacy Aisha Buhari, the wife of the president, has promised to support female aspirants “across party lines” come 2019.
    She gave this assurance while hosting a woman political group from southeast led by the wife of Imo state governor in her office. This was contained in a statement made available by her spokesperson, Suleiman Haruna.
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“It is a fact that women determine the outcome of elections; therefore it is important to mobilise more women to ensure that our great party is re-elected to continue the good work that it is doing,” she said.

She also attested to the success of the mobilisation drive which she said had resulted in a high number of women aspirants from the geopolitical zone.

She expressed the hope that the mobilisation would lead to a more peaceful elections that would produce more able and competent women to take over as many offices as possible, especially at the grass roots.

Mrs. Buhari called on officials and members of the APC to ensure party supremacy, respect party constitution and shun divisive tendencies.

She also called for more inclusion, especially of women.

Earlier, wife of the Imo State Governor, Mrs. Nkechi Okorocha, who led the delegation, said the women came to congratulate Mrs. Buhari on her recognition by two Korean universities and to present the South-East Women for Buhari, a political group in support of the ideology of President Buhari to her.

The Coordinator of the group, Mrs. Juliet Ibekaku-Nwagwu, said the President had done well in all respects and deserved another term in office.

That, she said, was why they formed the group to ensure that the South-East stood behind Buhari in the next general elections.

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