Nigeria’s First Lady Affirms President Tinubu’s Commitment to National Progress

During an Iftar event at the State House in Abuja, Nigeria’s First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, expressed confidence in President Bola Tinubu’s determination to improve the nation’s condition, affirming that his efforts would lead to a better Nigeria even after his tenure as President.

Mrs. Tinubu emphasized that President Tinubu is dedicated to making significant strides towards national development, ensuring that Nigeria emerges as a better country for its citizens.

The First Lady’s Special Adviser on Media, Busola Kukoyi, shared these sentiments in a statement titled “First Lady Oluremi Tinubu hosts former first ladies, governors’ wives, others at Iftar,” underscoring the importance of collective efforts in steering the nation back on track.

Highlighting the administration’s social investment programs, Mrs. Tinubu noted that these initiatives are progressing well, with tangible results beginning to manifest.

Echoing similar sentiments, the wife of the Vice President, Nana Shettima, stressed the importance of unity among women and reiterated that governance is a shared responsibility. She urged women to uphold the nation in their prayers, particularly during the final days of Ramadan.

The guest lecturer, Prof. Rafatu AbdulHammed from the University of Abuja, advised women to uphold the virtues learned during Ramadan, such as love, piety, humility, and tolerance, as these qualities contribute to enhancing the lives of Nigerians.

The event concluded with prayers for the nation, the President, and global peace. Attendees included former First Ladies of Nigeria, female justices, wives of governors, female ministers, as well as wives of service chiefs, among others.

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