Aisha Alhassan, the Minister of Women Affairs, has said that women were “very disappointed” over Hillary Clinton’s failure to win her bid to become America’s first female President.
“I am very sad about the outcome of the elections; we women have been robbed again,” Mrs. Alhassan told the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Jos.
Mrs. Clinton, former U. S. Secretary of State, who contested on the ticket of the Democratic Party, lost the Tuesday race to her Republican rival, Donald […]
It was gathered that the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Jummai Alhassan, has denied reports that she slumped during her two day visit to the Internal Displaced Persons’ camp in Fufore Local Government Area of Adamawa State.
President Muhammadu Buhari had instructed Mama Taraba as fondly called to investigate allegations of human abuse in the IDP camps located in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states.
Speaking through her director of information, Mallam Hassan Dodo, Mama Taraba said “When I went […]
Minister for Women Affairs, Senator Aisha Jumai Alhassan (Mama Taraba), slumped yesterday at the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp in Fufore local government area of Adamawa State.
She was inside the camp’s store to inspect foodstuff and other items supplied by the Federal Government.
There was a mild drama as her aides engaged journalists in a physical combat to avoid taking pictures of the incident.
An aide of the minister who ordered them out of the store smashed recorders of some reporters.
While addressing […]
The Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Alhassan, otherwise known as Mama Taraba has declared that no one should blame the current government as being responsible for the nation’s economic woes.
The minister, while speaking with Newsmen in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State where she met with the APC women drawn from the 25 local government areas of the state, said the immediate past government of Goodluck Jonathan brought Nigeria into economic mess.
Alhassan, who was represented […]