Abia Governor’s Wife Mrs. Otti Commends Senator Oluremi Tinubu for Hosting Nigeria Women

Wife of Abia Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti 

The wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti has commended the wife of the President of Nigeria, Senator Oluremi Tinubu for hosting the event, ‘Celebrating the Mothers of our Nation’ to commemorate the one year anniversary of President Tinubu’s leadership in the country at the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa in Asokoro Abuja, the nation capital.

The Governor’s wife represented by the wife of the Deputy Governor, Mrs. Adaeze Emetu said that mothers plays the role of peace, love and care in the challenges of nation building.

Resonating with the theme of the event, ‘Looking Ahead ‘ Mrs. Otti said that when women stand together in unity there is no barrier they cannot break and thanked Senator Oluremi Tinubu for what she has been achieving throughout the country through the Renewed Hope Initiative programmes.

Senator Oluremi Tinubu, Wife of the President of Nigeria 

In her address, the wife of the President, Senator Oluremi Tinubu said that the event was put together to celebrate mothers of our nation and their contributions in both home and the nation at large.


According to her, ” women are blazing the trail in all sectors of the economy, we cannot forget the role and impact of former first ladies of the country towards nation building, therefore their achievements are worthy to be celebrated” she said.

Senator Oluremi also addresses the vital role women play in preserving cultural values and nurturing future generations.

She highlighted the risk of Nigerian children losing their cultural identity if proactive measures are not taken and urged women to unite, support their communities, and draw inspiration from pioneering women who have paved the way.

However, Senator Oluremi calls on Nigerian women to come together and support the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the continued development of Nigeria and commended women leaders in all sectors of the economy for being role model to other women.

In her speech, former first lady of the country, Dame Patience Jonathan, said that she came to rally round Senator Oluremi and President Tinubu to succeed in their administration’s effort to move Nigeria forward.


Dame Jonathan also call on women all over the country to learn from the mistake of the past and rally round President Tinubu in unity to make Nigeria a better and peaceful country for us all.

In their separate remarks, the wife of the Vice President, Hajia Nana Shettima, the Minister of Women Affairs, Barrister Uju Ohaneye, urged Nigeria women to play their unique role as mothers to unite the country in peace, progress and prosperity.

They also stressed the importance of unity among women as a crucial step towards achieving a female president.

The Abia women in attendance were the wife of the Deputy Governor, Mrs. Adaeze Emetu, the Special Assistant to the Governor of Abia state on Women Affairs, Mrs. Chinwe Onyeukwu, the founder of Tecno Oil, Mrs. Nkechi Obi, the CEO. Nepal Oil and Gas,  Mrs. Ngozi Ekeoma, the Managing Director. News Engineering Ltd Abuja, Lady Josephine Nwaeze.

Meanwhile in a related development, the first anniversary of the President Tinubu led administration’s celebration also honoured the youths of our nation who has distinguished themselves in their various field of endeavors.

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The youths from Abia state who participated in the event themed ‘Becoming Pathway to Success’ were Tochukwu Clinton Chukwueke, an inventor, entrepreneur, engineering and development consultant, Christy Ucheibe Onyenaturuchi, a female footballer who ply her trade with SL Benfica of Portugal, and Nworgu Ogechika Esther, a para powerlifting champion who has won medals in Egypt and Dubai.

The event featured drama, dance and cultural display with wives of senators, house of representatives members, Ministers wives and first ladies of the 36 states of the federation in attendance.