How Mamman Daura Paralysis Force Aisha Buhari To Return to Aso Rock Nigeria

Mamman Daura Paralysis reason Aisha Buhari returned to Aso Rock Nigeria

The sudden return to Aso Rock Villa of Nigeria’s First Lady, , from the United Arab Emirates last Thursday was partly due to the illness of , a top member of President Muhammadu Buhari’s government’s cabal.

Mamman Daura has been regarded as the chief of a strong cabal or “powerful kitchen cabinet” that is accused of hijacking Buhari’s presidency since he took office.

According to Presidency reports, 81-year-old Daura, Buhari’s nephew, is now partly paralysed on his left side and is currently maintaining his health in Kaduna.

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According to Ejes Gist Nigeria, the First Lady returned to the country because she believed Aso Villa was safer now that Daura was out of the way and handling his health away from the State House.

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It was also discovered that with Daura out of Aso Villa and less involved, the power struggle in the Villa will be reduced, making the climate more favourable for her, despite the fact that she still has to deal with a young man called Sabiu, alias Tunde “Idiagbon.”

Aisha returned last Thursday after a six-month stay in the United Arab Emirates. Buhari is said to have made her last public appearance in September 2020, at her daughter Hanan’s wedding.

She has been conspicuously absent from government functions since then, as well as from posting on social media sites.

“Mamman Daura is ill,” says the narrator. In Kaduna State, he is partly paralysed on the left side and is maintaining his wellbeing. Madam returned from Dubai partly because she knows she can take on Tunde Sabiu now that the man is out of the villa and less involved. The source said, “She feels more safe.”

On December 15, 2020, Ejes Gist Nigeria announced that the First Lady had been in Dubai since September following the wedding of her daughter, Hanan.

The First Lady was also said to be in no rush to return, despite the fact that she had been gone for more than five months, because she claimed the Aso Villa was unsafe for her family.

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This is particularly true in the case of a shooting incident that occurred in June 2020 and caused some concern among the Villa’s occupants.

In October 2019, the First Lady and Daura’s daughter, Fatima, had an altercation in the villa, which was captured on camera by the latter and went viral.

In the video, the First Lady confessed to becoming enraged and going overboard because the Dauras were being overbearing in the Villa.


Fatima also said that the First Lady assaulted her at the Villa.

In response to the video, Aisha said that Mamman Daura’s daughter, Fatima, mocked and laughed at her inside Aso Rock.

Aisha described the circumstances surrounding the video in an interview with BBC Hausa, saying, “I was the one in that video, and this guy you see standing at my back is my security staff.”

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“The video was shot in front of my security and everyone there by Fatima, Mamman Daura’s daughter. She was laughing and teasing me while filming the whole thing right in front of my eyes.

“They did it because my husband fired them from the house,” she said. He ordered them to gather their belongings and leave the house to be occupied by my son (Yusuf).

“I left them and tried to get to one of the rooms, but they blocked my path; I left them and went another way, but the store was locked.”


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