VP Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday said First Lady Aisha Buhari has been a commendable accomplice to the current goverment.
The Vice President was actually present at a book lunch in honour to Mrs. Buhari in Abuja.
The book, wrote by Hajo Sani, is named ‘Aisha Buhari – Being Different’.
Sani is the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Women Affairs and Administration.
In an Instagram post, Prof. Osinbajo related Mrs. Buhari with the estimations of boldness, honesty and magnanimity.
“History has shown that it doesn’t make any difference the number of degrees you have or the number of titles go before or praises follow your name, or how high the position you hold,” he said.
“The uncommon advantage of public help must be supported by boldness, trustworthiness and magnanimity. To these, Aisha Buhari adds acting naturally, being unique.”
The Vice President surveyed the Aisha Buhari book decidedly.
“Hajo Sanni’s book tries to archive the pragmatic work she has done in the previous five years, yet it starts with a definite and touchy account of youth years and her development as a lady, spouse and mother,” he said.
It likewise features her development from a quiet ally of her better half’s political experiences to a functioning mobilizer and campaigner that assumed a significant part in offering him to the Nigerian electorate.
“At that point we likewise read in the book, how as First Lady, she established the “Future Assured” activity, advancing the government assistance of ladies, youth and youngsters and driven by the Aisha Buhari Foundation.”
Citing President, Aisha Buhari’s “gushing darling”, Prof. Osinbajo said the First Lady has persevered through “restless evenings” in tending to many “social concerns.”
The book’s public dispatch was assembled by the Office of the First Lady in a joint effort with Women and National turn of events, a sex centered philanthropic.
It was led by the National head of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu while extremely rich person business visionary Mrs. Folorunso Alakija was the Special Guest of Honor.