Reps panel chief Bichi laud Remi Tinubu input on Nigeria’s democracy
The chairman of the House of Representatives committee on Appropriation, Mr Abubakar Kabir Bichi, has applauded the contribution of First Lady Remi Tinubu to the growth of democratic rule in the country.
In a congratulatory message to the first lady on her 63rd birthday anniversary, he refered to her role a Senator to justify his claim.
Bichi who described Mrs Tinubu as the mother of the nation; a virtuous and upright woman, and exceptional wife and mother, said she remains a consummate leader, teacher, philanthropist, and fervent preacher of the gospel who has distinguished herself in all endeavours over the years.
“In a world of constant change, she remains a steadying presence and a source of comfort and pride for generations of Nigerians,” he added.
“Her steadfast stewardship in Africa’s biggest democracy has made the nation better and more prosperous through war and peace, times of adversity, and times of prosperity.
“Her life has been a gift, not just to Nigeria, but to the world, breaking many barriers for women and setting a perfect example for young girls to say, ‘I really can be anything I want to be.’
“As a wife and mother, she is a beacon of support to her husband, family, and everyone around you. We could not ask for a better First Lady at this time.”
The Lawmaker who represents Bichi federal constituency of Kano state prayed for more beautiful and impactful years for the First Lady.
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