Bauchi First Lady gets traditional title; turbaned as Sarauniyar Bauchi

The First Lady of Bauchi State, Hajiya Aisha Bala Mohammed is turbaned as the first ‘Sarauniyar Bauchi.’

Emir of Bauchi Alhaji Rilwanu Suleimanu Adamu on Saturday turbaned the wife of the state governor at his palace.

The emir who conferred the traditional title on her said the gesture was in recognition of her philanthropic works which support the less privileged in the state.

The first lady according to the emir has been helpful through her foundation, Almuhibbah foundation.

He said the emirate confers tittles on people base on their contributions to the development of the state and the country at large.

According to him, Hajiya Aisha grew up in a loving and deeply religious family, which he said has impacted her personality which earned her the honour.

He urged her to continue with her philanthropic programs in order to alleviate poverty among the most vulnerable members of the society.

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Alhaji Adamu Mohammed Duguri who expressed appreciation on behalf of the family of the first lady to the emir for finding Aisha worthy of the title, assured that the title will embolden her to do more.

He stated that he was not surprised with the honour conferred on her by the emirate considering the programs she initiated which touched the lives of the people of the emirate.

“The first lady through her foundation started when her husband was minister of the federal capital territory, Abuja by rebuilding dilapidated graves there and subsequently extended the gesture to all the graveyards across Bauchi state.

“The NGO also extended its scope of activities towards improving the lives of people especially the physically challenged and most vulnerable in the society by providing them with skills and starter packs to be self-reliant”, Duguri said.


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