Inauguration: Buhari Relocates to Glass House
President Muhammadu Buhari has moved into the Glass House at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, and preparations for Bola Tinubu’s inauguration are well underway.
During the transition period, it is understood that the outgoing president and their spouse lived in the famous house as a temporary residence.
The Glass House, which offers the outgoing president and their spouse a symbolic and useful space, has additionally historically played a significant role in the transfer of power.
After showing Senator Remi Tinubu, the new first lady, around the State House, the first lady, Aisha Buhari, revealed this in a video posted on her Instagram page.
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The outgoing first lady stated that she believed the residence should continue to only house the current president and their spouse during the transition period, despite the fact that only Aisha Buhari and her husband are currently residing there.
Aisha Buhari led Senator Remi Tinubu on a tour of the home while giving in-depth explanations about each area’s significance and history.
I showed Senator Remi Tinubu, who will be the next First Lady, around, the woman said. She has already seen the main house, and we are now in the well-known glass house. The departing president’s temporary residence is called the Glass House.
“I suggest that the Glass House continue its custom of serving as a transitional place for the departing president. I live here with my husband as we speak to you right now. Only two of us are present, and I believe that should continue to be the norm for both the institution and the house.
Senator Tinubu expressed her admiration and humility for the experience while recognizing the enormous amount of information she was able to absorb in such a short amount of time.