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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Minister Of Women Affairs Reportedly Collapses in IDPs Camp

The Minister of Women Affairs, Hajiya Aisha Alhassan, reportedly collapsed on Monday, September 19, 2016 at the Internally Displaced Persons’ (IDPs) camp.




According to a report by ThisDay Newspaper, the ex-Guber aspirant in Taraba State, reportedly collapsed while addressing vulnerable IDP women inside a store in the Fufore Local Government Area of Adamawa.

It was further reported that Alhassan arrived the camp in crutches and collapsed midway into her speech, but was quickly assisted to a chair and given a bottle of soda to revive her.

The report also claimed the minister had been diagnosed with Hypoglycaemia, which is a situation where a person suffers from low sugar, a problem that creates serious weakness of the body.



However, despite her state of health, Alhassan reportedly managed to explain her fact-finding mission to Yobe, Borno and Adamawa States to confirm the foreign NGOs’ allegation of violation of some girls and women at the IDPs’ camps in the North-east.


*Awwww,i wish her quick recovery.


32 comments:

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    1. Heeeyaa...get some rest ma'am

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    2. Heeeyaa...get some rest ma'am...she probably skipped breakie...

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  2. She should rest small. Papa is sick, pikin too follow sick.

    Na wa for this APC

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  3. She should rest small. Papa is sick, pikin too follow sick.

    Na wa for this APC

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  4. I heard that low blood sugar is more dangerous than diabetes. God is your Strength ma, I pray for your quick recovery.



    God Bless Everyone.

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    1. Very dangerous and kills faster than high blood sugar.

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    2. Yep..someone with LBS can just be walking on the road and slump..iku ni yen

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    3. true. It'll make u dizzy in a jiffy. That's why it's advisable to always have a bottle of soda with you.

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    4. Very dangerous n kills before anyone realises wots going on.

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  5. Quick recovery is all i wish you ma.

    Low sugar is not a good something at all

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  6. imagin that! and she wan be taraba state governor, apc sha!

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  7. Please, let her resign and go and take care of her ill health

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  8. Ooops!! Sowie madam
    Quick recovery

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  9. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Low sugar again..... nna things are happening....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  10. The stench from IDP camp made her faint. Madam resign and goan take care if your grandchildren .

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  11. The lord is your strength. I wish you quick recovery.

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  12. Chaii, epele, as the Yoruba would say. Quick recovery to you!

    Sickness and disease, no respecter of status. Wonder why people especially the privileged don't recognize the ephemeral nature of life and vanity of wealth

    Wonder why they don't occassionaly ask 'what if I am making a mistake by believing that nothing happens to the soul after death? Why we don't sometimes ask, when we are sting and balling, ' but suppose there will be judgement and eternal life or eternal damnation afterwards?

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  13. Nigerians joke with their health alot that is one thing I have come to understand.
    They don't feel the need to get proper medical care until they are sick and dying.
    Take care of your health first bf any other thing .

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    1. My dear its not that they joke with their health. A lot of Nigerian live just below poverty range. For those ehn,Na belle sure pass..if fever comes,agbo is there to the rescue or paracetamol as the case may be. God has been on our side o jare..we for don go into extinction by now..

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  14. All these elderly women that avoid sugary things is good but always check ur sugar levels to know when to increase or decrease.

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  15. Eyah! She should just go rest and don't forget health is wealth

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  16. see somebody asking low sugar again, r u a learner?






    #Enter your comment...

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  17. Awwww. God heal her. Sorry Hajia

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