First lady, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has advised Nigerians to emulate her husband by never giving up on their dreams and aspirations.
According to her, her husband became Nigeria’s president in 2015 due to his doggedness, persistence and compassion for the masses.
Talking in Abeokuta on Tuesday amid the introduction of a book titled, “Buhari versus Yar’Adua: Facing the future,” composed by Mr. Opeyemi Soyombo, the Special Assistant on Media to Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, Buhari’s better half spoke to by the spouse of the Ogun State senator, Olufunso Amosun, complimented the endeavors of the creator, who reported the legitimate battles of her significant other in the 2007 decision appeal to testing the triumph of the late President Umaru Yar’Adua.
Buhari in the long run lost the case notwithstanding moving from the Court of Appeal to the Supreme Court, attempting to demonstrate that he won the 2007 presidential race.
He, however, never gave up on his presidential ambition.
Aisha noted that the importance of record-keeping could not be overemphasised because without it, history would be distorted.
She said there were lots of lessons to learn from the life of President Buhari who contested presidential elections four consecutive times before he eventually won in 2015.
“There are lots of lessons to learn from the life of President Muhammadu Buhari, most especially his doggedness and compassion for the masses. President Buhari contested presidential elections four consecutive times before he eventually won in 2015.
“His victory has paid off, considering his passion to help the masses and, most importantly, the successes recorded in the anti-corruption war of his government.
“I commend the efforts of the writer for documenting the presidential election suit between the candidate of the All Nigeria Peoples Party, General Muhammadu Buhari, and President Umaru Yar’Adua of the Peoples Democratic Party in 2007.
“This shows that the author has been following with keen interest the elections held in the country and the petitions arising from them. In most recent shared views and writings on human and societal developments, the investment made in other people gives tremendous yields; thus the facts and the authenticity of the book are invaluable.”