63rd birthday: Remi Tinubu holds unique position in history – State House staff

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Management and staff of the State House, Abuja have paid tribute to First Lady Remi Tinubu on her 63rd birthday.

In a statement signed by Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Ajuri Ngelale, they described the First Lady as a compassionate and responsive mother to both her children and the entire nation.

“Senator Tinubu’s remarkable qualities extend beyond her role as the Chief Supporter and Confidant of Nigeria’s number one citizen.

“She is a consummate leader, teacher, humanitarian, and a fervent minister of the gospel.

“Through her landmark project, the Renewed Hope Initiative (RHI), she has brought hope and resolve back into the lives of thousands of displaced and disadvantaged Nigerians, providing shelter for the homeless and tirelessly working to improve access to education and healthcare for underprivileged citizens nationwide. Her deeply affecting interventions continue to favour all Nigerians, with no special regard for any particular faith, region, or political persuasion.

“Her profound sacrifices during her days in pro-democracy activism serve as an enduring example of her unwavering dedication to just causes, even in the face of trials and perilous uncertainties.

“The First Lady’s character is defined by her patriotism, dignity, grace, and down-to-earth public spiritedness.

“As the first ever woman to serve three terms in the Nigerian Senate, she holds a unique position in history to ensure that public administration across the government is infused with compassion and empathy for the plight of the people,” the statement read in part.

The management and staff expressed their deep gratitude for her unwavering commitment to the country and the welfare of hundreds of millions of Nigerians, both at home and abroad.

“It is our prayer on this special day that God Almighty would continue to grant the First Lady more grace and wisdom, strengthening her to trust in His unfailing goodness throughout all the days of her life.

“As her days, so shall her strength and favour with God and man be,” they said.

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