Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of Nigeria’s President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has said that the government’s policies and programs offer promising futures.
The First Lady made the pledge at a luncheon in her honor in Freetown, Sierra Leone, hosted by the Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO).
She vowed that her husband’s administration would look out for Nigeria’s best interests.
“I can assure you,” she reassured him. You can trust my husband. Like a newborn infant, Nigeria needs our care and attention. We want to create a solid basis on which future generations can expand.
“We are in it to make sure we can turn our nation around,” she added.
She lauded Nigerians residing in Sierra Leone for their solidarity despite hailing from diverse tribes and religious backgrounds while challenging Nigerians back home to emulate the same.
On behalf of the organization’s members, NIDO Sierra Leone President Engr. A. Abiodun recently reassured Mrs. Tinubu of the organization’s commitment to continuing to back President Tinubu’s administration.
To mark the United Nations Day on the Prevention of and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence, Mrs. Tinubu spent the weekend in Sierra Leone at the request of First Lady Fatima Maada Bio.