The parents of the young man named Aminu Azare and the first lady Aisha Buhari who was arrested have submitted their pleas and requested Aisha Buhari to be lenient for their son and let him be released after he was arrested.
If it is not forgotten, Aisha Buhari sent SSS security forces to the town of Dutse where they stormed the Federal Government University in Dutse and arrested Aminu Azare, a young man who is in third grade.
Aminu is being accused of insulting the first lady through a post he made that included a picture of Aisha Buhari.
In a text Aminu Azare said that ‘Aisha Buhari has taken the poor people’s money and made them fat’.
The uncle of this young man told BBC Hausa that they did not know when Aminu was taken away until later the SSS called him and he told us that he was in Abuja and was arrested based on the writing he posted on his page since June.
This post did not take effect until November.
SSS security officers escorted Aminu to the presidential palace, in front of Aisha Buhari where they threw him in front of her, he was crying, she was sitting and watching.
” Our only request is to have compassion for Aminu, forgive him and release him.
The authorities of the university where he is studying said that they do not know when the SSS sent to the university and did not kill Aminu.
A number of Nigerians who have spoken out against Albarbacin have condemned what Aisha Buhari did to this young man, saying that she is in government and she must be treated like this regardless of who she is.
“If it was a southerner who said that, no one would be able to arrest him, but since he is a northerner, he has no privilege, and even that they are worshiping Allah Kara. It was something that was not done for Patience Jonathan, even a drawing was done for her. We have never heard that it was said that she caused someone to be arrested.
“It’s time, one day there will be news. How many days are left for the living? We hope that God will bring him out safely,” said Saminu Hamza, a resident of Kano.
The spokesperson of the first lady, Aliyu Abdullahi, refused to comment on the matter. When he heard the call from the PREMIUM TIMES correspondent, he shouted, “I’m waiting, I’m waiting”