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People are causing divisions within APC – Aisha Buhari

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John Alechenu, Abuja The wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, on Tuesday accused some unnamed people of creating divisions among members of the All Progressives Congress. Mrs. Buhari levelled the allegations in an interview she granted the Hausa Service of the BBC which was aired in part on Tuesday. The President’s wife, who was responding […]

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