Following the recent demise of the Nigerian Chief of Army Staff, General Attahiru, and 10 of his crew members who died along with him in a plane crash that happened some days ago, the First Lady of the country, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, has taken to her official Twitter handle to show concern regarding the recent ugly event.
The first lady who took her time to pay homage to the wives of the deceased soldiers has taken to social media to share the photos she had with bereaved wives. Aisha who went further to mourn the demise of these fallen heroes described the death of General Attahiru and that of other military officers who were aboard the ill-fated aircraft as a monumental loss to their families and the nation at large.
The first lady went ahead to attach the photos of the bereaved wives of the deceased soldiers who were laid to rest yesterday in Abuja.
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