Aisha Buhari Rakes N155m At Book Launch | TimeTestedNews

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Wife of the  Mrs Aisha Muhammadu  Thursday realised N155 million at the public  of a book titled, “Aisha : Being Different.

The book, written by the Senior Special Assistant to the  on Administration and Women Affairs, Office of the First Lady, Dr Hajo Sani, was launched at the State House Banquet Hall in Abuja.

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National leader of All Progressives Congress () Mr Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu bought copies of the book for N20 million while Alhaji Aliko Dangote and Alhaji Abdulsamad Rabiu bought copies for N30 million and N25 million, respectively.

Mrs Folorunso Alakija and Chief Kessington Adebutu bought copies for N10 million each while representatives of Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi and Captain Idahosa Okunbo donated N20 million each.

Mrs Bola Shagaya and the representatives of Arthur Eze donated N10 million each.

The chairman Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF)  Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State and Deputy Senate , Mr Ovie Omo-Agege pledged an undsclosed amount of money for copies of the book.

The event was jointly organised by the Office of the First Lady of Nigeria and the Women and  (WAND).

Meanwhile, the Vice   has extolled the virtues of wife of , Mrs Aisha Muhammadu , saying she has redefined the role of the office of the First Lady of the country.

Speaking at the public  of the bookOsinbajo said, the First Lady has endeared herself to  by stepping outside the box of what used to be the personage and traditional roles in Nigeria’s presidential history.

He said she has also regaled  with many firsts, including keeping  updated with the  of her office or how she feels on an issue via the social media outlets and connecting with the public in real-time.

“She’s, of course, the First Lady to be on Twitter, on Instagram, and other social media platforms, getting her unfiltered views across to the Nigerian people and she’s probably the first to receive, in real time, the opinions of  on her views. With her views, forthright, crisp, truthful and once in a while controversial, she has established an ongoing conversation with the Nigerian people.”