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.
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Maryam Babangida Maryam Babangida (1 November 1948) was the wife of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, who was Nigeria's head of state from 1985 to 1993.Her husband was the target of criticism for rampant corruption during his regime.She was credited with creating the position of First Lady of Nigeria and making it
Meet The First Nigeria Woman To Enter Aso Rock Villa As The First Lady Of Nigeria. The Presidential Villa also known as State House, The Aso Rock Villa is the official resident and office of the President of Nigeria since 1991. Prior to the capital moving to Abuja, the Presidential resident was located in Lagos. The beautiful and heavily secured Presidential residence was completed in the year 1991, and the first Head of State to launch and enter the Aso Rock Villa is Gen. Ibrahim Babangida. The first woman
Ibrahim Babangida is a renowned military head of state of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. During his days in military and as the head of state, he showed high level of intelligence and diplomacy in government Former President Ibrahim Babangida Babangida married Maryam Okogwu of blessed memory. Their marriage is blessed with children and grandchildren. One of the siblings of late Maryam Babangida who is her elder brother, late Chief Sunny Okogwu. Let's read brief about Sunny Okogwu, Babangida's Brother-in-law
Cancer is a disease whose frightening story is better told by people who hasn't experienced it. On this article, I will be telling you some Eminet Nigerians who died of cancer. 1. Umaru Musa Yar'adua: Yar'adua was a former Nigerian president and a two-time Governor of Kastina State. On the 5th of May 2010, he died of lung cancer at the age of 58. 2. Maryam Babangida: Maryam Babangida was the wife of the former military president Ibrahim Babangida. She died of ovarian canceron the 27th of December 2009 in a
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a step, so we should not be discouraged by our present condition, because "No condition is permanent". This great man we all know, had gone all the way to make this day a reality, although even when it seems that all is getting better another problem keep surfacing. When ever I remember the sad moments of this politician I feel the pain too. Indeed it is really sad to become a widower, how do you feel staying without your wife?, But this man spent 40 years in marriage
Hey there opera user before you look at the title kindly click on the follow button at your right hand corner. Geberal Ibrahim babangida (rtd) was military President of the Nigeria from 1985 to 1993. He became married to Maryam Babangida and they had four youngsters, Mohammed, Aisha, Aminu, Halima. One thing worthy of emulation about this former navy president is his circle of relatives association. Though a former navy President, he maintained one wife and gave birth to four children. Late Maryam Babangida.
Ibrahim Babangida is one of the most prominent leader in Nigeria, the roles he played during the military regime made Nigeria history more fascinating and intriguing. Ibrahim Babangida has been blessed with long life and prosperity, though he lost beautiful wife after 40 years of their marriage, he never gave up on himself, but rather gave his children the best lifestyle on Earth. Ibrahim Babangida is blessed with successful children, who indeed made their father proud. Halimat Babangida is the second daughter
Cancer is no doubt one of the most deadly diseases that plague humanity till date. Many have sadly lost their lives due to cancer and several others are still struggling with this deadly illness. Cancer as often shown can affect anybody at all, whether rich, poor, young, old etc. Many prominent, loved and respected Nigerian women have sadly passed away from complications due to Cancer and in this article we'll be remembering them. Maryam Babangida Maryam Babangida was a former first lady of Nigeria and wife
Reno Omokri is currently on the Trend Table on Twitter after he tweeted some message where he praised former Nigerian Military President's Wife, Maryam Babangida for being a beautiful woman who uses no make up or Make over. In his Tweet, he said the Former first Lady was a very pretty and natural looking Women whose type should be praised in Nigeria instead of giving respect to girls and Ladies who undergoes surgery and use heavy makeups before they look beautiful. He urged the Media to project naturally beautiful
Before now, Reno Omokiri had eulogised Maryam Babangida, the wife of former Military Dictator, Major General Ibrahim Babangida (Rtd) for her natural beauty. He described her as the World's most beautiful woman. Reno further said that the Media should do more by projecting natural beauties to the youths rather than feeding them with in what he described as ‘stunning photos of bleached divorcee slay queens, with surgically enhanced bodies!' Photo: Late Mariam Babangida The statement 'bleached divorcee slay
Toke makinwa angrily fires hot shots at Reno omokri, after tweeting post about the media promoting photos of bleached divorcee slay queens with surgically enhanced body. Popular lawyer and author Mr.Reno Omokri has come hot for ladies with plastic body, and thus has caused alot of reactions, as some top popular celebs who has undergone such surgical advancements, aren't finding it funny with him. In the post Reno has obliged that the media should promote and teach women with natural and beautiful melanin body
In a recent release of invectives on the part of the On Air Personality, Toke Makinwa has come with her axe to grind and hue down the former presidential adviser, Reno Omokri over his latest and most recent advice to women to remain in their natural state of being, which is black. Reno Omokri in the last 48 hours released a photo of the former first lady and wife of the former president president Ibrahim Babangida, Maryam Babangida. In the photo, Mrs. Babangida was seen welcoming the Princess Diana to the nation.
A well known radio presenter and television host, Toke Makinwa has taken her time out to lambast the former presidential spokesperson, Reno Omokri regarding a certain tweet he made. Few days ago, Reno made a certain tweet about former first lady, Maryam Babangida where she praised her and regarded her as the one of the world's most beautiful women ever. Reno went on and made it clear that there is a serious need to project more natural beauty like that of Maryam Babangida, instead of force-feeding youths with
It is of a true fact that slay queens have been the order of the day. With every post they make, they trend enormously. Some of these slay queens have undergone plastic surgery and others have used artificial products to boost and enhance their physical appearance. With the level of attention they get, they tend to influence younger girls to follow their lead. Others who do not follow these steps tend to hate their body. Few hours ago, Reno Omokri said that "Maryam Babangida was one of the most beautiful woman
The media has become a place where ladies and divorcee slay queens show case their bodies. Thereby corrupting the minds of our young and beautiful melanin ladies. These ladies that flaunt their bodies about have gone under the knife and also use artificial products to enhance the physical appearance. Surely, they look attractive but they influence young girls which makes them hate their natural bodies. Reno Omokri is against what this slay queens do on social media and used Maryam Babangida as a perfect example
The pain of losing a loved one is very terrible pain, what about losing a loved one who fought and battled with cancer? After all the money that has been spent on hospital bills and medications and they still end up dying. Its a very painful thing and the pain doesn't go away easily. Have you ever lost a loved one to cancer? How did you feel seeing them on the dying bed helpless? Over the years we have lost some prominent Nigerians to this sickness called cancer, citizens who devotes their time and services