The most prominent of all President Buhari’s children, Zahra Buhari, has continued to make impact with her work as a charity ambassador.
Zahra, became an ambassador for ACE (Assisting Caring and Empowering) charity in 2015, a Non-Governmental Organisation that focuses on Education, Training, Economic empowerment, and affordable Health Care for orphans.
Yesterday, July 28, she shared on her Facebook page that she has commissioned a home for over 90 orphans in in Tirkaniya, Kaduna state. She also opened a new library for the orphans and was pictured teaching them how to use a computer for the first time.
The first daughter of Nigeria had worked with a nurse, Hawa’u, for the past 5 years, looking after the orphans in Kaduna, and finally made their dream of a move from shack to home a reality. Zahra posted pictures of the event and Commissioning ceremony on Facebook with the caption:
“From shack to home, 10 years in the making! Now these orphans also have a home.”
Meanwhile, just recently, Miss Zahra Buhari and her brother, Yusuf Buhari, successfully concluded their academic studies at the University of Surrey, Guildford, England, United Kingdom.
The institution specialises in science, engineering, medicine and business. It is a major centre for satellite and mobile communications research. The university is counted as one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom and has climbed rapidly in national league tables as of recent years.
Soon after the news about the graduation of President Buhari’s children was made public, Nigerians took to social media to express their thoughts on the matter. While some rejoiced with the family and congratulated the duo, some others rained fire and brimstone.