Aisha Buhari's statement on Facebook in response to Senator Shehu Sani's claims that some persons were jostling to take over the position of her husband has triggered reactions, even as her name trends on Twitter.

The Senator had in proverbial comments alleged that some underground games were going on at the presidency.

Not wanting to mention names, Senator Sani had tactically referred to those 'schemers' as hyenas, wolves, predators and jackals.

He must have heard their whispers which he said was centered on whether President Muhammadu Buhari (referred to as Lion King) would return or not.

The Senator also expressed concerns that the condition of the President at the moment is still unknown, but also referred to Nigerians praying for the return of the President as 'weaker animals'

In response to Senator Sani's statement, Aisha Buhari, was quick to emphasise that God has heard the cry of Nigerians which she also referred to as 'weaker Animals', indicating that the President may be returning soon. 

She had travelled to London to see her husband less than two weeks ago and must have a fair knowledge of how the Nigerian leader is faring.

"The Hyena's and the Jackals will soon be sent out of the kingdom," she said in her response to the statement, which also connotes that President Buhari will soon return.

But the wife of the President wants the prayers to continue for her husband to recover fully.

"We strongly believe in the prayers and support of the weaker animals," she added.

Her statement, however did not go down well with Nigerians, as many now wonder if the nation is an animal kingdom. Comments have continued to pour in in reaction to the 'weaker animals' reference.

Alleged Plot To Unseat Osinbajo

The President left Nigeria on May 7 for the United Kingdom. He had in a message to the National Assembly said he was travelling for a medical checkup for an undisclosed ailment.

He had sent  few messages to Nigerians since he left, the latest being the Ramadan message, which was greeted with mixed reactions.

He has stayed for more than two months abroad and the Senator's claims still needs to be giving considerations.

A former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Bala Mohammed, has been accused of being part of a plot to unseat Acting President Yemi Osinbajo.

But he has denied the accusation.

In a statement in Abuja, the former minister who served under former President Goodluck Jonathan, appealed to those he described as “political opportunists and agent provocateur” to allow Osinbajo concentrate on the task of stabilising the nation.