Alhassan, Buhari's Minister of Women Affairs, Slumps At IDP Camp


Aisha Alhassan, minister of women affairs, slumped on Monday while

speaking to women at the camp for internally displaced person in Fufore

local government area of Adamawa state.
According to THISDAY, Alhassan had arrived in crutches to speak with the

women about the alleged sexual abuse on girls and women in camps in the

north east.
As she spoke, she slumped.
She was given a bottle of coke to boost her blood sugar level, which her

aides said doctors had identified as the cause of the frequent feeling of

weakness she was experiencing.
Alhassan told journalists that President Muhammadu Buhari sent her to

investigate the sexual abuse of females in the camps and donate relief

materials to them.
She also told the IDPs that the federal government was making efforts to

return them to their homes.
Before leaving Adamawa, Alhassan also paid a courtesy call on Muhammadu

Bindow, governor of the state.
Alhassan was in the United States recently where she received medical

Popularly known as Mama Taraba during her unsuccessful attempt to be

Governor of Taraba State, she undertook orthopedic treatment and had

difficulty walking.
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