PTSD: Aisha Buhari Reveals Long Term illness Buhari Suffered

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PTSD: Aisha Buhari reveals illness Buhari suffered after Biafra civil war

President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha, has revealed the specific illness the President battled for years, Ejes Gist Newspaper reports.

Aisha Buhari reveals Buhari Illness- PTSD

Aisha Buhari revealed that Buhari had PTSD for many years as a result of his involvement in the civil war in Nigeria, his overthrow as the military head of state, and his subsequent 40-month detention without being charged with any crimes.

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Speaking at a fundraiser for the Armed Forces Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Center (AFPTSDC), organized by the Mrs. Lucky Irabor-led Defense and Police Officers’ Wives Association, she made this disclosure (DEPOWA).

How Buhari Illness-PTSD came About- Aisha Buhari

Aisha Buhari stated: “Despite its unfavourable effects, it is a reality that troops and military families have to deal with.

I am a wellness professional and a spouse of a serving or retired soldier, so I am aware of the difficulties PTSD causes for military families and the general public.

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“My husband was deposed in a coup d’état after serving the Nigerian Army for 27 years. He ruled Nigeria for 20 months, spent 30 months fighting a civil war without receiving rehabilitation, and spent 40 months in prison without being told what his crime was.

How Buhari Illness-PTSD affected her Family, Marriage- Aisha Buhari

She described how in the early years in her marriage to Buhari, Buhari experienced the effects of PSTD.

“We got married a year after he was released from jail, and I spent 19 years legally living in his home as his wife.

He experienced PTSD as a result of going through all of this, and at the age of 19, telling a former head of state and commander-in-chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces that he was mistaken is the first mistake you will ever make.

“So, at the age of 19, I had to learn how to tell someone of his calibre whether they were right or wrong, and that was the start of my offence in his home.

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After running for office in 2003 and failing, again in 2007, then again in 2011, all without receiving any form of rehabilitation, I eventually decided to become a physiotherapist.

“You can see me at 19 managing someone who went to war, endured a coup d’état, lost multiple elections, and then, in 2015, made it to the Villa. Additionally, it is problematic for a woman to tell them that something is right or bad in Nigeria and Africa.

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