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First Lady, Aisha Buhari, Lashes Out At Daily Trust Employee For Using Controversial Cartoon To Depict Daughter’s Wedding

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Nigeria’s First Lady, Aisha Buhari, has lambasted an employee of Daily Trust, Bulama Mustapha, over a cartoon he used to depict the lavish wedding of her daughter, Hanan.

Hanan Buhari’s wedding ceremony held last Friday, September 4, 2020, at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

On Sunday, September 6, 2020, Daily Trust published a cartoon showing the President’s wife holding pictures of the wedding on her hands and displaying them in the faces of Nigerians struggling to find their balance in life.

It was gathered that the cartoon drew inspiration from Mrs Buhari’s several posts on Instagram where she displayed pictures of Hanan’s wedding.

Mrs Buhari, in reaction to the cartoon, said children of Nigerian leaders had the right to get married whether they were performing or not.

Aisha’s spokesperson, Aliyu Abdullahi, told BBC Pidgin that Hanan’s wedding was a low key ceremony.

He said, “The cartoon of Mustapha Bulama trending is very unfair because the wedding wasn’t in any way insensitive to what Nigerians are going through. In fact, because of that, Mrs Aisha Buhari held a meeting with her staff and told us she wants the wedding to be low key with no massive celebrations.

“The photo she posted of the couple for social media was to thank well-wishers and not to rub it on Nigerian faces.”

Prior to Mrs Buhari’s response, President Buhari’s supporters described Daily Trust as a toilet paper over the cartoon.

“This has further proved that your publication is toilet paper and should be trashed in the bottom pit of hell. Shame on you,” one of the supporters said.

“Dear Daily Trust Toilet Paper, What is really the meaning of this disgusting cartoon? This is pure evil and hate-mongering….Aisha Buhari and her family did a very quiet wedding for their kid and you have a place in your dark heart to mock them?” another supporter, Abdul Ishaka, said,

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