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First Lady Remi Tinubu Resumes Work In Abuja



Oluremi Tinubu

In a significant development, Mrs. Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of President Bola Tinubu, assumed the position of Nigeria’s First Lady on Monday in Abuja, News About Nigeria reports.

Accompanied by her security personnel, Mrs. Tinubu arrived at the First Lady’s wing, where she was warmly received by Mr. Tijjani Umar, the Permanent Secretary of the State House, along with other Heads of Units in the First Lady’s Office.

Upon her arrival, Mrs. Tinubu embarked on a comprehensive tour of the offices within the First Lady’s wing, which encompassed various units such as Administration, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Catering, Media, and Protocol.

This tour aimed to familiarize her with the operations and personnel working in each unit, enabling her to establish a strong foundation in her new role.

Born on September 21, 1960, Mrs. Tinubu comes from a diverse heritage, with her mother hailing from the Itsekiri tribe and her father from the Yoruba ethnic group.

She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from the University of Ife and has further pursued additional courses at various educational institutions, enhancing her knowledge and expertise.

Mrs. Tinubu brings a wealth of experience to her new role as Nigeria’s First Lady. Previously, she served as the first lady of Lagos State Governor from 1999 to 2007.

Following this, she was elected as a senator, representing the Lagos Central constituency in the Nigerian Senate.

These prior experiences have equipped her with valuable insights into governance, public service, and the responsibilities associated with holding influential positions.

As the new First Lady, Mrs. Tinubu is expected to play a crucial role in promoting and advocating for various social causes and initiatives.

Her presence within the First Lady’s wing will undoubtedly contribute to the overall vision and goals of the administration, particularly in addressing key societal issues and uplifting the lives of Nigerian citizens.