Meet Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim, the wife of senator whose video with 2 women leaked online

Meet Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim, the wife of senator whose video with 2 women leaked online

NAIJ.com recently reported that a Nigerian senator was caught in a scandal with two women. Pictures of one of his three wives have since surfaced on the internet.

Senator Bukar Abba Ibrahim, a former governor of Yobe state, was recently caught naked on camera with two women who are not any of his three wives, Hajiya (Dr) Maryam Abba Ibrahim, Hajiya Aishatu Ibrahim and Hajiya Khadijat Ibrahim.

One of his wives, Hajya Khadija, has been revealed to be the current minister of state for foreign affairs.

The beautiful woman has a strong background in politics as she has served as a commissioner for transport and energy in Yobe state, and has also represented Damaturu, Gujba, Gulani and Tarmuwa constituencies in Yobe state at the Federal House of Representatives, having been elected first in 2007 and subsequently in 2011 and 2015.

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She was the deputy chairman, House Committee on Rural Development (2007-2008), deputy chairman, House Committee on Communications (2008-2010), chairman House Committee on Rural Privatisation and Commercialisation (2010-2011). She was also a member of House Committees on power, water resources, interior, women affairs, appropriation, etc

Meet Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim, the wife of senator whose video with 2 women leaked online

Minister of state for Foreign Affairs, Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim Photo Credit: @NGRSenate on Twitter

She has also received several awards since her time in public office.

Will her husband's scandal affect her?

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Source: Naija.ng

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