President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife, Aisha, has lent her voice to calls for an end to insecurity in northern Nigeria.
The First Lady, on Saturday, called on President Buhari and the country’s security chiefs to take cogent steps to address insecurity in the country, particularly in the north.
Mrs Buhari shared a video on Twitter which showed photo slides of different meetings the president has held with the security chiefs in the past.
The video was accompanied with a background Hausa song which called on the government to rescue the citizens from banditry and terrorist attacks.
The President’s wife captioned the video ‘#Achechijamaa’, which loosely translates to “‘save the people’s lives”.
Quotable lyrics from the song says: “Please check, We seek your help [President Buhari]… Our blood is being shed… Our community is being attacked… Our property are being burnt.”
Meanwhile, Mrs Buhari’s post came amidst plans by Northern youths to stage protests in Kaduna and other northern states on Sunday under the theme ‘#SecureNorth’.
The Northern youths are joining their counterparts from the South who have been protesting against police brutality and bad governance using the #EndSARS and #EndBadGovernance hashtags.
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