She made this known on twitter @Aishambuhari on Thursday morning alongside a pre-wedding photo of the couple, despite presidency’s claim of secrecy.
Twitter users did not, however, find it funny, asking her to ensure Super Falcons are paid their allowances before making such a request.
See some reactions below…
felix4jesus: “@aishambuhari why do u need our prayers when we are suffering,how does a hungry man pray,or a man that shed tears everyday!we are sad!
@Eloka51: “Tell your hubby to #PayFalcons before the wedding. Those girls are people’s daughters too. Thanks
@Askforken: “@aishambuhari Well good for you people. Most of us will be praying for better governance and a better economy.
@nelojiboboe: “@aishambuhari Happy married life to the couple but you should tone it down, people are suffering. Not a good time to show off.
@EBWESTLOS: “@aishambuhari do you really have to ask for prayers?frankly,this is unnecessary.keep it under your roof madam 1st lady please
@captbolufola: “@aishambuhari ur family shld be fast bout d epileptic governance and pls opt out for a beta naija…clueless fam
@Bunza01Bz: “@aishambuhari Congrats! Remember we are in recession time try to do something
@rabsGilima: “@aishambuhari hmmm I will pray for U Anty Aisha, but I can never forget 5 of my brothers killed by Ur Husband in Zaria MASSACRE…
@ubaka_isreal: “@aishambuhari our prayers now is to ask God to put an end to this hardship called government that has befall our nation not for ur wedding.
@mcahmedy: “@aishambuhari prayers for your rich daughter and son-in-law? Please I’d rather pray to get a job!
@larabskid: “@aishambuhari feed the hungry, you get them prayer’s, since Morning I never chop, how I go take pray for una now.