Nigeria has been blessed with beautiful and adorable first lady since inception, bringing us to the fact that late/ex first lady with the name Maryam Babangida is the first Nigerian woman to enter Aso rock (presidential Villa) as first lady.
Ex President Ibrahim Babangida, took office in 1985, commenced construction of a new Presidential residence and in 1991 the Aso Rock Presidential Villa was completed, same year the military junta of Ibrahim Babangida relocated the national capital from Lagos to Abuja. And President Babangida became the first Head of State to occupy it, in on December 12, 1991.
Maryam Babangida was the wife of Ibrahim Babangida and she was credited with creating the position of First Lady of Nigeria and making it her own. She was known for her fashionable styles and beautiful appearance.
See phof her and late Prince Diana when she visited Nigeria.
On seeing photos of the first Nigerian woman to enter Aso Villa, what do you think? She was such a wonder first lady and may her soul continue to rest in peace.
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