In a powerful message to the incoming First Lady, Turai Yar’Adua, the widow of late President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, spoke candidly about the challenges she faced during her husband's tenure. Despite her husband's impeccable record of integrity and honesty, Turai revealed that she was constantly under attack from people seeking to stir trouble and make her husband angry. She Said her husband wasn't alcoholic And Not Corrupt But People Attack her to get him Angry.
Turai urged Remi Tinubu to be prepared for similar attacks and to remain patient and steadfast in her role as the First Lady. She emphasized the importance of offering honest advice to her husband, as she had done during her tenure.
" My husband was not an alcoholic, not a womanizer and not corrupt so people started attacking his wife just to make him angry because he loved his wife.
“So she should be ready for this and be patient, she should be giving him advice also because she is the only one to give him truthful advice, all those surrounding him will only tell him what they want. But a wife will always sit with her husband and tell him this is what I heard you should investigate.”
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