Monday, October 17, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 234 (Nigerian President Says His Wife Belongs In The Kitchen!)


This week on Keeping It Real, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari says his wife of 27 years, Aisha Buhari, belongs in his kitchen and bedroom.

Stay tuned for the next episode where Adeola talks about the 21 Chibok girls released after 2 years of abduction by Boko Haram.
     

8 comments:

  1. I am a Buhari supporter, that statement has deflated the tire of my Buhari band wagon!

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  2. If I WERE AISHA BUHARI...
    All issues raised in her interview would have been resolved in the living room. If the living room does not resolve the issues, I would have taken it to the other room, if the other room doesn't work it out, the main room would have been my next option, and if the main room fails then the kitchen which in most cases, for women of timber and caliber, is left to cooks and chefs and which is the most important and very cherished section of any home, because what comes out from the kitchen leads to the mans heart, would have been my last option. And...if by any chance, this fails which seems impossible. ..my very last option which crowns it all wound be my knees in prayers! However, whichever and whatever it may look...this issue is between a husband and a wife! Please beware!!!

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  4. President Buhari committed a blunder, even when his political associate were trying so hard to deceive the people by claiming he was joking. The pride in president played it's self.its embarrassing.

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  5. President Buhari committed a blunder, even when his political associate were trying so hard to deceive the people by claiming he was joking. The pride in president played it's self.its embarrassing.

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  6. Adeola, again you are correct! This is the caliber of our leaders. They lack the necessary open mindedness and vision necessary to deliver on their empty promises.

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  7. For the first time am not agreeing with Adeola. What the hec is she talking about how on earth will she come out publicly and start talking like this about your husband, other president wives defends their husbands even when everybody are condemning you your wife should defend you

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  8. Yetunde Olusoga, you are write and wrong. People are dying because of her husband. Even if she wanna defend her husband as a dutiful wife, her conscience will not allow her. Yes she has her primary duty as a wife but she is also like every Nigerian's mother and she has her duty as a mother to protect the "children" that puts her husband in the post. Open rebuke is better than secret love.

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