Stephanie Coker speaks out against Buhari’s comments about Aisha Buhari ‘belonging to his kitchen’

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Following President Buhariโ€™s controversial statements about his wife, Aisha Buhari, TV personality/entrepreneur Stephanie Coker is expressing her views on the matter. She took to Instagram to post the message below…

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Following President Buhariโ€™s controversial statements about his wife, Aisha Buhari, TV personality/entrepreneur Stephanie Coker is expressing her views on the matter. She took to Instagram to post the message above…

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10 thoughts on “Stephanie Coker speaks out against Buhari’s comments about Aisha Buhari ‘belonging to his kitchen’

  1. But she's right na. Why are u guys so biased. When someone says what makes sense let's acknowledge it. This type of bias is almost equal to lack of education. What has she said that you should insult her. Na wa o. I don't know the lady but she makes sense.

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    1. Chike, I doubt if you are married yet
      When you marry you will understand how it looks like if your wife goes public to critisize you

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  2. @Chike please don't mind them, ignorant people, they will be the first ones to react stupidly without thinking when a man does something wrong to their sisters .....they are Just been bias ....and @Sunny what's that suppose to mean. "That's if he's married ......" Am sure you wouldn't be as stubborn as Buhari or other men who won't listen to their wives because they think they have nothing good to say....... So you too be warned ..... If your wife has been telling you stuff in private, and u haven't listened or changed.. I think it's high time you did, before it's made public .......
    I don't no what you think breakups or divorce are(my dear they are evidence of One of them couples not listening/changing and one privacy going public) ..... So please go take a chilling pill and stop been "AM A MAN KINDA CRAP"

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  3. Linda I can see clearly that you are so ill natured and lacks decorum
    You come across as someone who does not understand how a successful marriage works and I doubt if any real man can put up with you as his wife
    But I have to tell you that the begining of your relationship starts the moment you start discussing your spouse in public
    Understand ?

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  4. @Sunny, as real man that you is now(in Nkechi's voice),lol ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.... You can say or call me whatever you like ok, Na you get your mouth.... But that's the response you get when you start comparing an ordinary man's/woman's (Chike) life to that of a President.....from the day he became a president, what he did/does became our business okay (and if in the future he plans to go against all that he claims to stand for or carry out actions that could lead to a civil war and she decides to expose him, my dear she's done nothing wrong)........
    And if you are not been bias, you would see that what the wife talked about has nothing to do with privacy but for the betterment of the husband and peace for Nigeria ......, but I guess your bias state of minded just blinded you from clearly seeing that mr Buhari is not "a real man " based on your definition of what a real man should be like ..... Because if I was asked even in my sleep on who acted like a child or probably made private issues public matter, I will say Mr Buhari did ...... What concerns what the wife said( which was all political) to belonging to the kitchen or which ever rooms he's talking about .........
    .......Comparing Presidency to Marriage ......you should write a book on Marriage and leave Political matters to the rest of us ...Mr husband...

    Abeg I rest my case jare

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    1. Now that you presented your point in a nice way, I have to respond in a propotionate manner
      In commutation what matters is not really what you said, but the tone of expression
      Having said that, methinks that Aisha shouldn't had gone public to say things that would cause her husband and the government embarassment
      Truly, Buhari is a gold fish that has nowhere to hide, but then his wife still remains the most unlikely person to criticise him in public
      Such a scenario is unprecedented
      Aisha could had exercised more restraint, no matter how bad she might had felt
      She still reserves the right to work on her husband privately till she gets what she wants
      Every man, no matter how strong hearted, can be influenced by a wise woman

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