Mrs. Otti, Wives of Governors, Former First Ladies Attend Seminar on Protocol and Security

Mrs. Otti, Wives of Governors, Former First Ladies Attend Seminar on Protocol and Security

The wife of Abia state Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti today joined other wives of Governors and former first ladies of Nigeria in a 3 day seminar on protocol and security.

 

The seminar which was convened by the wife of the President Senator Oluremi Tinubu in Abuja the nation’s capital is to enhance the image of Nigeria by focusing on public conduct, security of lives of the citizenry, etiquette and diplomatic relations where it matters.

Wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti(c) and others during the seminar
Wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti(c) and others during the seminar

Other insights gained from the seminar are the significance of cultural intelligence, security awareness and proper conduct both offline and on social media, in their roles as the image makers of their various states and role models for the country at large.

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The seminar also features an interactive session with Senator Oluremi Tinubu as the first ladies each took turns to share ideas on their pet project with the wife of the President.

Wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti(2nd L, wife of Jigawa state Gov, Hajiya Hazina Badaru(Ist L), Wife of Ebonyi state Gov, Mrs. Mary Nwaifuru(R) and wife of the former Gov of Ebonyi state Mrs. Rachel Umahi during the seminar
Wife of Abia State Governor, Mrs. Priscilla Otti(2nd L, wife of Jigawa state Gov, Hajiya Hazina Badaru(Ist L), Wife of Ebonyi state Gov, Mrs. Mary Nwaifuru(R) and wife of the former Gov of Ebonyi state Mrs. Rachel Umahi during the seminar

However, Mrs. Tinubu uses the opportunity to advise the wives of the state Governors to plant a garden adding that the best garden will receive a winning price of 24 million Naira from her.

 

Meanwhile, at the end of the seminar, certificates of participation were issued to the participants including the wife of Abia Governor Mrs Priscilla Otti.