Nigeria’s Future: A Collective Responsibility, Says Senator Oluremi Tinubu

Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of the President of Nigeria, recently emphasized that the task of getting Nigeria back on track is a collective responsibility.

Speaking at an Iftar she hosted at State House in Abuja, the first lady expressed optimism that the country will become greater.

Mrs. Tinubu acknowledged the various programs being implemented by President Bola Tinubu, noting that the results are beginning to show.

She encouraged women to be one another’s keeper and reminded them that governance is a collective responsibility.

Guest lecturer Professor Rafatu Abdul’Hammed of the University of Abuja advised women not to forget the lessons learned during Ramadan, encouraging them to continue living in love, piety, humility, and tolerance to enhance their lives and the lives of others.

The Iftar was attended by a diverse group of women, including former first ladies, female justices, wives of governors, female ministers, wives of ministers, and wives of service chiefs.

As Nigeria continues to navigate its path towards a better future, it is clear that unity and collective efforts are essential in achieving the desired progress.

By embracing the values of love, piety, humility, and tolerance, the nation can overcome its challenges and emerge stronger.

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