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Nigerians slam Aisha Buhari for wearing N1.2m dress despite recession

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Nigerians slam Aisha Buhari for wearing N1.2m dress despite recession
Nigeria’s First Lady Aisha Buhari has come under fire by her compatriots for wearing a Salvatore Ferragamo Cape Dress which is reportedly worth the princely sum of 1.2 million ($2,600).
Aisha who seems not deterred by her husband’s response to her criticism of his leadership caught the eye of many when she was spotted wearing the sizzling garb in London on Tuesday en-route Brussels to attend a forum for African women.
According to reports, Aisha is billed to deliver the opening remarks on “Women’s Role in Global Security” at the forum in the Belgian capital.
The First Lady got scathing remarks from many on social media who are miffed by the fact that she seems to have a penchant for luxury fashion items despite the prevalent economic recession which Nigerians are currently facing.
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By Ahmed Boulor…

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