Plateau South Senator Prof Nora Daduut Greets Senator Remi Tinubu at 62

Senator representing Plateau South Senatorial district in the National Assembly Prof Nora Ladi Daduut , has rejoiced with the Senator Representing Lagos Central, Senator Oluremi Tinubu who is the wife of the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress APC in the forthcoming general elections on her 62nd birthday.

Prof Nora Daduut in a statement on Wednesday in Jos expressed happiness that Senator Oluremi Tinubu has made her mark over the years and would play a major role in ensuring victory for the APC Presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the forthcoming elections .

Daduut who is the first female Senator from Plateau noted that women constitute a large voting force in Nigeria and many of them are passionate about the APC and its Presidential Candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his running mate Senator Kashim Shettima who have over the years invested so much resources, time and programmes to empower women.

The statement further described Senator Oluremi Tinubu as a stabilising force and strong pillar of support to her husband and the APC at large.

She commended Senator Remi Tinubu for her impactful and visionary leadership, which she said has led to political stability and development of not only her constitueny Lagos Central Senatorial District but also that of Lagos State, the South West and the Federal Republic of Nigeria in general.

Prof Nora Daduut commended Oluremi for coming up with various people-oriented programmes for her senatorial district as well as when she was first lady of Lagos state which she said have attracted a lot of beneficiaries over the years.

She wished Senator Oluremi Tinubu God’s continuous protection and guidance and prayed that the Almighty God would grant her more years in good health.

“As Senator representing Plateau South ,I would work with you my future first lady of our Federation to ensure victory at the forthcoming Presidential election as well as other forthcoming election ” Prof Daduut further added .