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Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Nobody: 4:03pm On Oct 15, 2016
Patience Jonathan said women would return to the kitchen under Buhari — was she right?

One would have thought it ironic that President Muhammadu Buhari would joke about his wife belonging to his kitchen while standing next to the Angela Merkel, the female German chancellor.

Buhari made this statement while responding to a question about the interview granted by Aisha Buhari, his wife, to BBC Hausa, during which she said she would not campaign for him in 2019 if things did not change in his government.

AISHA THE GOOD WIFE

At the start of the 2015 presidential election campaign, Aisha Buhari was absent on the political scene until her husband introduced her at a rally in Ogun state.

After their victory, she described her husband as a “gender-sensitive man with many daughters”, saying she was absent at the campaigns because she had tofocus on the home.

In the same vein, she accepted thatshe would perform her duties traditionally as thewife of the president if her husband scrapped the office of the first lady and also expressed trust in her husband’s ability tomake Nigeria greatagain.During a visit to Kubwa general hospital in 2015, Aisha Buharipleaded with Nigerian mennot to abandon their wives in times of trouble.

FEMALE APPOINTMENTS IN HIS CABINET

Not taking the women in the Nigerian senate and house of representatives into consideration, President Muhammadu Buhari has made a total of 11 female appointments in his government.

This is far less than the 35 percent stipulation of the 2006 national gender policy.


These 11 appointments are six female ministers, Amina Zakari as acting INEC chairperson, Abike Dabiri and Maryam Masha as special advisers, Hadiza Bala Usman and Esther Nnamdi Ogbue as directors of Nigeria Ports Authority and Petroleum Products and Marketing company respectively.

Citizens, especially females, have been clamouring for a balance in the appointments. Most notable is Aisha Buhari who “seeks fair representation”.

“This is not fair; we are not asking for equal representation but fair representation in governance,” she said.


IS MAMA P NOW A PROPHETESS?

While campaigning for her husband’s re-election in 2015, Patience Jonathan, wife of the immediate past president, told supporters that Buhari would sideline women.

“During Buhari’s era, he said women should be confined to the kitchen but under Jonathan’s administration, women have been liberated to contribute to national development,” she said in Enugu.

“If you vote for Buhari again, you will return to the kitchen. It is not our portion to go back to the kitchen. We have women that are capable. We can contribute our quota to the development of Nigeria.”

Buhari’s image maker may have already dismissed his kitchen comment as a joke, but what if he meant it and he was only fulfilling Patience Jonathan’s prophecy?

https://www.thecable.ng/patience-jonathan-said-women-would-return-to-the-kitchen-under-buhari-was-she-right

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Nobody: 4:03pm On Oct 15, 2016
Absolutely right! To the point that even Tinubu's wife had to reproach the certificateless cattle rearer for marginalising women.

The certificateless cattle rearer have so far justified virtually every nauseating predictions and criticisms against him.

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by yeyeboi(m): 4:05pm On Oct 15, 2016
Ok

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by yeyeboi(m): 4:06pm On Oct 15, 2016
blueto:
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What are u booking space for
Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by TroubleMaker47(m): 4:40pm On Oct 15, 2016
All I know is that Aisha is a power thirsty woman who belongs to the Kitchen!

Feminist and male pussies!
BRING IT ON!



A support for Aisha is a support for Nepotism.

(Why should the bases of appointment be soley on knowing the president and his wife personally? What happened to recommendation from persons based on your track record? )

A support for Aisha is a support for illegality


(The office of the 1st lady is an illegality and shouldn't be given a voice on national issues)

A support for Aisha is a support for shared power of presidency!

(Aisha wants to wield the same power to appoint like what was attainable to PEJ. We have just one president and that is President Muhammad Buhari! )

Aisha's place is in the kitchen! And NOT ASO ROCK!

God bless the sovereign Federal republic of Nigeria!

My name is Trouble Maker and I am ready for you! angry

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Themind: 5:21pm On Oct 15, 2016
Please madam shut up. Go return your stolen money. A virtuous woman takes care of the home front while a responsible man provides for the home.

We started having lawless, unruly and vagabond children when the woman started abnegating from the home front and duties to run shoulders with the man.

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by helphelp: 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
Hmmm

Na wa ooo
Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by sapientia(m): 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
The truth is that its only Buhari and PEJ that can tell us what they actually mean..

Place of women have never been in the kitchen just like being in the farm is not the place of men... however, kitchen and farm is part of their responsibilities...

Only Buhari can explain that statement...

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Bugatie(m): 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
Good morning zombies,

But seriously, make mama Patience go the other room joor embarassed

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by biaframustcome: 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

that is if there is any kitchen to return to. With the way things are going men and women will soon return to scavenging for food from heaps of dustbin

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by siraj1402(m): 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
Why all this unnecessary attention since?

During a robbery in Guangzhou, China, the bank robber shouted to everyone in the bank: "Don't move. The money belongs to the State. Your life belongs to you."

Everyone in the bank laid down quietly. This is called "Mind Changing Concept” Changing the conventional way of thinking.

When a lady lay on the table provocatively, the robber shouted at her: "Please be civilized! This is a robbery and not a rape!"

This is called "Being Professional” Focus only on what you are trained to do!

When the bank robbers returned home, the younger robber (MBA-trained) told the older robber (who has only completed Year 6 in primary school): "Big brother, let's count how much we got."

The older robber rebutted and said: "You are very stupid. There is so much money it will take us a long time to count. Tonight, the TV news will tell us how much we robbed from the bank!"

This is called "Experience.” Nowadays, experience is more important than paper qualifications!

After the robbers had left, the bank manager told the bank supervisor to call the police quickly. But the supervisor said to him: "Wait! Let us take out $10 million from the bank for ourselves and add it to the $70 million that we have previously embezzled from the bank”.

This is called "Swim with the tide.” Converting an unfavorable situation to your advantage!

The supervisor says: "It will be good if there is a robbery every month."

This is called "Killing Boredom.” Personal Happiness is more important than your job.

The next day, the TV news reported that $100 million was taken from the bank. The robbers counted and counted and counted, but they could only count $20 million. The robbers were very angry and complained: "We risked our lives and only took $20 million. The bank manager took $80 million with a snap of his fingers. It looks like it is better to be educated than to be a thief!"

This is called "Knowledge is worth as much as gold!"

The bank manager was smiling and happy because his losses in the share market are now covered by this robbery.

This is called "Seizing the opportunity.” Daring to take risks!

So who are the real robbers here?

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by AleAirHub(m): 5:22pm On Oct 15, 2016
grin grin grin
Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Badgers14: 5:23pm On Oct 15, 2016
Where is mama peace sef?? We need some entertainment in this economic recession grin grin grin

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Raxxye(m): 5:23pm On Oct 15, 2016
She talk am o!

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by ALAYORMII: 5:24pm On Oct 15, 2016
We all know that most Nigerians (especially northerners) see their woman as Our President just described them



1: Kitchen


2: Living room


3: Other room

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by pafestula(m): 5:24pm On Oct 15, 2016
Buhari can run his home affairs anyhow he likes, no of any body's business, some posted their wife to only bedroom as sex machine alone all in the name of full time house wife, some to office as money making machine for the family , some to market to go and hustle from morning till evening, at least we see them daily pushing wheel barrow to hawk and others. Jonathan posted his own wife to a sensitive office and many misappropriation of fund happend to the extent the wife owns an hotel worth 5Billion naira and many of her accounts were frozen, everything happened within a blink of an eye during his own tenure.

So if Buhari refused to act like an hypocrite and displayed typical African mentality in him, I don't see any crime in that, after all their union is now 28 years old and Aisha is not complaining, the fact that her husband revealed her real duty post at home shouldn't be giving anyone sleepless night, many Nigerians condemneing Buhari over his speech beats their own wife daily in the name of boxers training, so the wife belongs to punching bag. So you guys should stop taking Paracetamol over another man's headache. And as for Mama Patience go and sort your issue with EFCC and stay out of Buhari and his wife comedy.

Note :- For your information @ all women activists whatever, Buhari is not going to withdraw his statement. (I belongs to everybody and also belongs to nobody) and as for you Aisha, Daura Kondo is waiting for your when Baba return.

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by dhardline(m): 5:24pm On Oct 15, 2016
Buhari has finished us. Our international image is at an all time low, thanks to the man with no certificate.

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by pcei: 5:24pm On Oct 15, 2016
Ok
Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by cloud9usher: 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
Suddenly Aisha Buhari is the friend and hero of the wailers.

A woman who was said to be corrupt and cannot enter America for fear of being arrested;

A woman who was said to be so heartless as to wear, and allow her children to wear, outrageously expensive accessories in the face of hardship in Nigeria;

The same Aisha is now your poster girl for morality/good conscience/anti-Buharism.

I laugh!

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by DICKtator: 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
grin grin grin grin

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by NaijaMutant(f): 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
Prophetess Patience grin

You warned the women of #TheOtherRoom
But they didn't listen, cause they were busy frying Akara all in a bid to impress the voters.

Aisha thought she could match your prowess, just only one interview and she has been sent back to the kitchen and #TheOtherRoom grin

Angela Merkel is only a woman leading her nation but was standing beside Buhari while he shushes Aisha into the Kitchen and #TheOtherRoom

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by EnEnPeecee: 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
Proofs emerging daily on how some good Nigerians who in their intelligence warned the deluded (zombies) fools that Buhari was nothing but an economic terrorist and a general disaster.

first, this innocent woman warned that Buhari was brain-damaged, yet zombies refused to take.
She warned again that the dullard will clamp people into prisons without offence, again some mumu were laughing at their idiocy thinking they are mocking mama p.
She warned that Buhari only recognize women when he is sex-starved and hungry to eat, yet again mumu zombies refused to give this good woman a listening ear.


But today, all that she had prophecy in that time are coming to pass. May zombies never know peace angry angry angry

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by rukkyland(m): 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
what if they return to kitchen under pmb? Na ur kitchen?

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Thisis2raw(m): 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
she was 1000% right

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by Nobody: 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
They've started lying again o. Waiting for Sahara reporters to confirm this.
Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by raphieMontella: 5:25pm On Oct 15, 2016
in buharis voice''--
patience Jonah belongs to jonah's kitchen,his living room and the gbensing room(#TheOtherRoom)

stupid old fool called buhari..

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by bignero: 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
ALAYORMII:
We all know that most northerners see their woman as Our President just described them
1: Kitchen
2: Living room
3: Other room


4)cum/waist dump grin

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by ogunsbanjul(m): 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
This woman still dey talk? She controlled her husband then but this one can't control her husband but gives advise to her husband which is the best

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by sadiqabuch: 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
I stand with Mama P!

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by don4real18(m): 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
well, the husband is lord over her regardless of status

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by soberdrunk(m): 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
Whether or not we choose to admit it, either due to the changing times or Western influence, a womans "first office" is "the kitchen". Am not saying a woman is a slave or a work tool but some certain "sensitive" positions are meant for men, before you feminists come for my head, take a minute and ponder why even Jesus did not appoint a "woman" as one of the "twelve" official and important disciples??

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Re: Patience Jonathan Said Women Would Return To Kitchen Under PMB, Was She Right? by EHMIR(m): 5:26pm On Oct 15, 2016
If buhari says his wife belongs to the kitchen,wetin concern you ehn

pple who cnt even stand in front of pupils are online ranting bout a man who says his wife belongs to the kitchen,abeg jerey..this is becoming irritating

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