Buhari’s Marriage to Sadia Umar Farouq, Nigerians Reacts

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Nigerians are not taking the marriage saga of President Buhari to Sadia Umar Farouq likely as some have taken to social media to express their thoughts on the President taking a second wife.

Some have accused the new bride of being the mastermind behind all the delicious meals Buhari and the Cabal members have been eating especially during political gatherings and campaigns.

Speculations has it that Buhari also enjoys getting massages from Sadia who is known to be skilled in the art of massage, and as such, Aisha Buhari who runs a Cosmetic business, was forced to include massage services recently to regain the heart of her husband.

Aisha Buhari was said to have discovered President Buhari’s relationship with Sadia Farouq and kicked heavily against it. She allegedly made confrontations with her husband and pleaded with him to stop but it has fallen on deaf ears. Even his uncle, Mamma Daura has allegedly told her to accept her faith.

This led to another confrontation with President Buhari during the Hajj in Mecca. But her confrontation was in vain as President Buhari’s mind was already made up to marry a second wife.

According to source, the Cabals felt Aisha Buhari could not be trusted, being a native of Adamawa which is not a core Muslim state. Sadia on the other hand is from Zamfara state.

When Buhari won the Presidential Election in 2015, he nominated Sadia for her first Ministerial role but she was not considered because of her lack of relevant experience. Instead, she was given an appointment as Head of the Refugee Commission.

After his victory in 2019, he also nominated Sadia again, she is now the current Minister for Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management.


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