Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and National Congress leader of all progressives, Bola Tinubu, were present at the official public presentation of the book on First Lady Aishi Buhari on Thursday.
The book, authored by Hajo Sani, is titled ‘Aisha Buhari – Being Different’.
Sani is the Senior Special Assistant to the President for Women’s Affairs and Administration.
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The public presentation of the book – the presentation – was compiled by the Office of the First Lady in collaboration with Women and National Development, a gender-oriented non-profit organization.
The launch is chaired by Tinubu, while the billionaire entrepreneur, Ms. Folorunso Alakija, is a special guest of honor.
The book is expected to be reviewed by political science professor Fatai Aremu.
Other prominent Nigerians present at the presentation include the Secretary of the Federation Government, Chief Mustaphu, represented by Chief of Staff Folashade Esan; Heads of Service; Private sector leaders; Leadership of the National Assembly.
Others are the Governor of the State of Osun, the Governor of the State of Adeboyega Oyetol, and his wife; Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello; Yobe State Governor, Mala Buni.
Royal fathers, including Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye of Enitan Ogunwusi; the Sultan of Sokota, Mohammad Sa’ad Abubakar and members of the diplomatic corps are physically present.
Reviewing the book that was presented to the public today, the head of the civil service, Esan, said that the book gives an insight into the work of the mind, life and passions of the First Lady.
As an advocacy tool, the book also offers practical suggestions for overcoming institutional challenges in a difficult era, she said.
Tinubu described the first lady as a voice of conscience, as he elevated the virtues of sincerity and courage among the invaluable contributions of Aisha Bukhari.
The APC leader further recorded the activities of the First Lady during the 2015 elections, which according to him was crucial for the president’s ultimate success at the polls.