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Aisha, Abba Kyari’s Daughter: My Father Never Drove Till He Died

Aisha, daughter of Abba Kyari, late head of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, says her dad never drove a vehicle till he died.

In a contacting tribute distributed on ThisDay, titled ‘My daddy, my closest companion’, Aisha portrayed her late dad as an exceptional character whose abundance of experience cuts across different circles of life.

She said it was nonetheless, interesting that in spite of his presentation, he was unable to drive a vehicle until his destruction.

“This may sound odd however my darling daddy couldn’t drive a vehicle! He never figured out how to drive for a day in all his years,” she composed.

She likewise proceeded to clarify how her late dad was to a great extent “misconstrued” and “insidiously distorted” by certain Nigerians, regardless of his commitments to mankind and country building.

“My father was horribly misjudged and apparently wickedly distorted. Indeed, even his age was never gotten directly from the day he got Chief of staff till the day he passed on. My father passed on at 67 years old. He was regularly confused with the late Brigadier Abba Kyari who was undoubtedly in his 80’s,” she included.

Agreeing her, the choice of the late head of staff not to guard himself against pundits was to empower him focus on his significant task of serving his head and the nation.

“For lucidity, my father was more than fit for protecting himself. The explanation he didn’t is that it would have occupied him from his essential task of serving his head and by augmentation, his nation,” Aisha composed.

TheCable had revealed how Kyari kicked the bucket from COVID-19 entanglements on April 17, half a month after he had tried positive for the novel infection, following an official excursion to Germany and the UK.

Aisha, Kyari’s oldest daughter, had stood out as truly newsworthy for getting out her later dad’s critics.

302 thoughts on “Aisha, Abba Kyari’s Daughter: My Father Never Drove Till He Died

  1. Agreeing her, the choice of the late head of staff not to guard himself against pundits was to empower him focus on his significant task of serving his head and the nation.

  2. that’s good. maybe he never wanted to face traffic wahala, or police problems or even the stress encountered in driving… that’s he’s opinion and opinions are meant to be respected sometimes.. anyways rip to him

  3. It’s a matter of choice
    He has all the privilege to drive any car of his choice, but didn’t. Who knows if he even attended a driving school?

  4. Eyah this is pathetic and sad and I feel sorry for you – Aisha. May Allah fill his void in your heart and your family, Ameen. My condolences.

  5. Do all you can, and all you want or wish to, while you are alive, am surprised that our former head of staff didnt drive a vehicle even at his youthful age.

  6. The assertion is surprising though it can be true. It is difficult to believe that such a highly placed citizen have not done so from childhood.

  7. Aishst does not nssd to say snything.Her father has lived a great life and rendered selfless service to the nation. May the singular bieng forgive all his sins.

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