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Kogi First Lady Spends N1M Daily On Halima Abubakar’s Treatment Because She’s Muslim

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Kogi First Lady Spends N1M Daily On Halima Abubakar’s Treatment Because She’s Muslim

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July 26, 2017 – Kogi State Governor Wife Hajia Rashida Bello Spends N1Million On Halima Abubakar’s Radiation Treatment Daily Because She’s Muslim – Insiders

Hajia Rashida Bello Is The Politician Wife Funding Halima Abubakar’s Treatment

Sources in the know in Kogi state has revealed the name of the VIP Politician’s wife taking care of Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar’s hospital bill.

The actress currently undergoing what sources called radiation treatment is reportedly spending N800,000 daily on hospital bill courtesy of Hajia Rashida Bello, a woman with a heart of gold, who will spend his last kobo on anyone who identified themselves as Muslim because of her devotion to Islam.

An insider told Global Excellence that Mrs Bello is the one funding Halima’s treatment since Tonto Dikeh broke her story on Instagram about two weeks ago.

The source said Halima currently spends N800K on radiation treatment alone, while drug and food costs over N200K daily.

The source added that Rashida fell in love with Halima when she openly professed herself to be a Muslim.



  1. Amanda

    July 26, 2017 at 8:29 PM

    Well, difficult to judge from afar. But if true as reported here, this would be discrimination against people of her state who are non-muslims.

    Islam doesnt teach this when it comes to mundane issues especially health care. Rather than funding this woman privately which is a good thing, why not advocate for public healthcare where poor would receive treatment for little to no cost?.


  2. Michael

    July 26, 2017 at 8:40 PM

    Where did she get the money from b/cos she is not elected to the office.Nigeria people are dumb

    • iron bar

      July 27, 2017 at 1:41 AM

      True talk..if confirmed,then its a disservice to other ones who couldnt afford treatment because they are not connected to the high and mighty in the society.A national hero .yekini who played soccer for the nation making us proud but died in sickness.he died wretched.he is either from kogi or kwara.but again shebi tonto dike posted in social media that shes the one taking care of halima.shebi benue govt spent millions buying wheel barrow for the selected few as empowerment.shame on kogi govt if this is true

      • bla blah blah

        August 1, 2017 at 11:30 PM

        this doesn’t have to do with religion

  3. phronesis

    July 26, 2017 at 8:47 PM

    God will blessed u first lady

  4. Mon

    July 27, 2017 at 12:30 AM

    That’s a good gesture only if……..she earns (not public fund) that money and Islam not attached. @Amanda have some pretty advise there on how to be generous without discrimination and utilizing public fund.

  5. baba polla

    July 27, 2017 at 1:20 AM


  6. Muyi

    July 27, 2017 at 10:22 AM

    Hope Christians can emulate this act by not asking about denomination. Muslim is Muslim, no discrimination, they really do help each other, even here oversea. Sometimes I wonder why we as Christians don’t emulate helping each other, but helping pastors. We prefer to help those that already have, for benefits; and ignore the poor around us. Hopefully we get to realize that helping the needy counts, rather than making a show and creating publicity in church. God use me to bless generations

  7. ifeoma ezeme

    July 27, 2017 at 8:03 PM

    Get well soon Halima

  8. Airat A

    July 28, 2017 at 9:55 AM

    @Muyi, God bless you. Your perspective is so rational and clean. Halimat needed help and someone came to her aid. Why politicise it ? Must we look at something along the lines of religion?Has any Christian gone to her for help and she did not render it?
    I think Halima’s death —to some people– would have been more appreciated and deemed more news worthy than the help she is getting and it is saddening, or how else would we explain the talk about the source of the financial aid? It is refreshing that someone like @ Muyi had the presence of mind to look at the act, the purpose and the philanthropic spirit which he urged people to emulate. May God bless people who help others with the money they could have decided to use to cruise the world or engage in funny escapades.

  9. Arike

    July 30, 2017 at 4:28 PM

    Muslim indeed! With all those rags she used to put on. Anyways, she might be Muslim by name but not a practicing Muslim.

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