Nigerians vote for Aisha Buhari as the preferable First Lady

Pulse Nigeria Poll voters believe that Aisha Buhari would be a better alternative to Patience Jonathan as Nigeria's First Lady.

As the countdown to the 2015 Presidential elections hots up, Nigerians have been speaking on the choice of the First Lady they would love to have.

Dame Patience Jonathan has been the First lady for six years now but it seems majority of the people are fed up with her and would want a change, which they believe the wife of the APC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, Aisha, brings.

Pulse Nigeria Poll of 29 January, 2015, decided to throw up these two ladies to test who is the obvious choice for Nigerians and unpredictably, Aisha Buhari was the overwhelming favourite as she polled a whopping 73.8% votes as against 26.2% votes in favour of Patience Jonathan.

How Nigeria voted:

Patience Jonathan vs Aisha Buhari: Who would you love to have as First Lady?

26.2% - Patience Jonathan

73.8% - Aisha Buhari

Now the ball is in your court. Who would you prefer to have as the First Lady of Nigeria?

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