Maryam Abacha speaks: “My husband’s death was like a coup”

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Maryam Abacha is the widow of Nigeria’s late military president Sani Abacha.
In a rare interview with PM News, Maryam talked about her husband’s death, politics and recent centenary award to her late husband.
About her husband’s death Maryam says: –

“My husband’s death was like a coup. It was sudden and shrouded in confusion. General Abdulasalami [Abubakar] just called me, telling me to come and collect the dead body. We buried him like any other ordinary Nigerian. It was quite unfortunate the way he died. Allah knows best and unto Him we shall all return. May his soul rest in peace. I’m yet to fully recover from the shock of his death.”

10 COMMENTS

  1. Now you undertsand how those your husband made widows feel too.
    All the loots and Nigerian money you stole could not buy your husbands soul back from hell.
    vanity upon vanityall is vanity……….

  2. Whether it’s coup or whatever… Who cares? All we’re happy about is that he is no more, and now u need to remain silent till u join your evil husband in hell.

    • Nigeria’s doesn’t understand d politics of deceit and ethnicity. It’s bcos he is late. may God forgive all his sin. Remember his Good did to d Nation.

  3. Yet, people doesn’t understand politics abt Abacha’s loot. A man that was not in good time with European leaders, how did he embezzled public funds and take it back to Europe? And up to now there’s no genuine evidence of his loot. Only obasanjo and Abdulsalam will clarify that. Rest in peace Abacha

  4. Nigeria’s doesn’t understand d politics of deceit and ethnicity. It’s bcos he is late. may God forgive all his sin. Remember his Good did to d Nation.

  5. Allah ya jikan maza,for those who don’t know ,the money later changed hands between some kleptomaniac who call themselves Nigerian leaders abacha only saved for the rainy days oh no the man that has great plans for Nigeria. rest ur soul alhaji sani sai munzo.

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