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Tinubu’ll retire to a better Nigeria, says First Lady

Nigeria’s First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, has said President Bola Tinubu is doing all it takes to “make the nation better.”

This was when she affirmed that her husband would “go back to a better Nigeria” after his tenure as President.

“Mr. President will do all it takes to make the nation better, that even when we live here, we will go back to a better Nigeria,” said Mrs. Tinubu when she hosted her predecessors and governors’ wives for an Iftar at the State House, Abuja.

The First Lady’s Special Adviser on Media, Busola Kukoyi, dislcosed this in a statement on Sunday titled, ‘First Lady Oluremi Tinubu hosts former first ladies, govenors wives, others at Iftar.’

While maintaining that getting the nation back on track is a collective responsibility, she said, “We all have tasks to do to get this nation back on track.”

Mrs Tinubu noted that the various social investment programmes of the administration are all on track and the results are becoming evident.

Earlier, the wife of the Vice President, Nana Shettima, urged all women to be one another’s keepers.

Like the First Lady, Mrs. Shettima, argued that governance is a collective responsibility, urging women to remember the nation in their prayers, especially in these last 10 days of Ramadan.

On her part, the guest lecturer, Prof. Rafatu AbdulHammed of the University of Abuja advised women not to forget all they learnt during Ramadan, and continue in that line.

AbdulHammed said that living in love, piety, humility and tolerance would enhance the lives of Nigerians.

The women offered prayers for the nation, the President and the world.

Those in attendance include former First Ladies of Nigeria, female justices, wives of governors, female ministers, wives of ministers and wives of service chiefs.

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