In an event marking her role as Nigeria’s First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of President Bola Tinubu, had her official transition portrait released.
The portrait, which received approval from the Presidential Transition Council, was unveiled on Friday, July 14th, 2023, shortly after the former senator hosted the wives of the 36 State Governors at the State House.
The National Television Authority (NTA) took to Twitter to announce the release of the First Lady’s official portraits, News About Nigeria reports.
The unveiling comes as Remi Tinubu congratulated the governors’ wives on the successful completion of the 2023 elections, which secured their husbands’ positions in office.
She emphasized the importance of fulfilling the promises made during the election campaign and expressed her need for the support of the state governors’ wives to reach every corner of the country.
Mrs. Tinubu stressed the significance of learning from the past to shape the present and future, emphasizing the collective effort required for a more sustainable impact.
She assured the governors’ wives that her initiatives would not interfere with their programs and projects, emphasizing her belief in the positive influence of their support.
The unveiling of Remi Tinubu’s official portrait stands as a symbolic moment in her role as the First Lady, representing her dedication and commitment to serving the people of Nigeria alongside her husband, President Bola Tinubu.
As the government looks to the future with hope and optimism, the First Lady’s vision and initiatives are poised to make a significant difference in the lives of Nigerians across all walks of life.