Hey Wednesday crushers, it’s another cold and beautiful Wednesday. And today we at TOZALI are crushing on her Excellency Aisha Buhari, First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Aisha Buhari was born on 17 February 1971 in Yola Adamawa state, Northern Eastern Nigeria and was raised in the best traditions of Fulani culture. Mrs Buhari graduated from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria where she earned a Bachelor degree in Public Administration. She also has a post- graduate diploma of the Academy Esthetique Beauty Institute of France in cosmetology and beauty, and to add to this she is an alumnus of the famous Carlton Institute of London. She speaks English and Arabic fluently.
Aisha Buhari is the second and current wife of His Excellency President Muhammadu Buharithe President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Phenomenal women are the back bone to great nations; as such Aisha Buhari has carved her name into the annals of history. She is more than just a beautiful face; she is confident, educated and a great role model for young girls.
Aisha Buhari is an advocate for equal rights, and she is also in full support of educating the Girl child and women empowerment for she never tires to at any given time talk about how much can be achieved by educating the Girl child. She has also lent her voice against early marriage; before the age of seventeen and homosexuality.
There is no doubt that our #womanCrushWednesday is pretty, charming, and a lover of beautiful things who has the flair for making everyone and everything around her beautiful.
Aside being a dedicated wife to her husband and amazing mother to her Children, she is also a savvy entrepreneur. She is the owner of Hanzy Spa And Beauty Institute an accredited vocational training Institute registered with the Federal Ministry of Education and the first of its kind in Northern Nigeria.
Aside her political involvement alongside her husband, she is a loving and devoted mother to five disciplined and beautiful children: Aisha, Amina, Halima, Yusuf and Zarah and also a doting grandmother.
By Maimuna Bagudu