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Friday, September 25, 2020

Nigeria's First Lady Of The Year Award Set To Hold....

 

The Nominees are ...Kebbi State,Akwa Ibom state,Anambra state,cross River state and Borno state first Ladies..




Which one of them do you think should win this award?

25 comments:

  1. Why Imo First Lady no dey part of the nominees? Any way I dunno who deserves it..all na padi padi..

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    1. Why is an award like this going on in the first place. Where in the world does this happen apart from Nigeria. What a joke

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  2. I don't know about them at all and I won't like to score them base on their hubby performance,anyone should win if they've done what it takes

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  3. Abia State is not here. That lady has been trying

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  4. Why wasn't Chioma, Imo state's first lady nominated? She's putting herself out there positively.

    Nwuye Obiano be shining her teeth like she's such a nice woman?? Yimu!

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    1. Don't be deceived by social media

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  5. Linda Ayade Cross river first lady so pretty 😍😍

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  6. For me, Justice Eberechi Woke is every thing a first lady and more. I just love that woman. Her simplicity, her poise, her aura etc is everything. The way she combines the role of a first lady and a judge is just effortless and graceful.
    I remember a day I went to court, she was 1 hour 30mins late (her court normally sits at 10am) the way she apologised for her lateness was beautiful. We all thought she won't that day (it was a Monday) because she had gone for a government function in her capacity as the first lady the previous week. She called her clerk and told him the court will sit by 11am. She came into the state that morning, without even resting, she still came to court and apologised for her lateness. Oh! I forgot to mention, she is damn good at her job.

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    1. This is so sweet.Humility is everything

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    2. You really know her!!!!!!!!!!
      I love her so much .she's very graceful.

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  7. So this is the most important thing right now in Nigeria, with ALL THE PROBLEMS PEOPLE ARE FACED WITH? For me, this is misplaced priority particularly in this trying times. Nigerians need all the succor they can get not awarding people for what they signed up to do, please. Bauchi indigenes are faced with flooding and there are children with no roof pregnant women, sick and elderly people over their heads there; tanker explosion killing, injuring and rendering many homeless just yesterday etc. The resources for organizing this event can be deployed to support people in pain right now, please.

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  8. The award is on what basics? I don't see the reason for that award.

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  9. None of the above. Very irrelevant women! It is what, it is. They have not made any impact on Girlchild Education nor sponsor any bill in regards to Child Rights in their various stages.
    Do you know that the 36 states in Nigeria doesn't have Welfare for Children?
    I was shocked to know about this during a case I instituted against a woman. She was arrested, and the problem was how and where to keep the little 8year old till her parents comes. It is so bad that we don't have one single law protecting these vulnerable children out there, that, one stupid woman will cut someone's child, and will later be released on bill. These women don't deserve any award to me. To me, their award should be on best dressed during occasion.

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  10. Why is Imo, Kwara and Rivers states not here? They deserve to be nominated. I've never heard of the achievements of the above mentioned first ladies before

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    1. And what are the achievements of Imo, Kwara and Rivers states first ladies except bleaching cream and looting?

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  11. Borne state should be on the list abeg.
    Martha Udom is a strong supporter against Child abuse and gender based violence against women. She should win

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  12. I don't know for others but I will only talk about my governor's wife that I know of, Dr Mrs Martha Udom Emmanuel
    I can at least say if a surety that before any man/guy attempts to rape any child/woman here,the fear of the governor's wife will enter his brain. She has helped to arrest and prosecute such cases and to rehabilitate the victims. So many of such with her FEYREP program.
    Or am I going to talk about the houses she builds from scratch to finish for homeless widows? Without any sentiments o.
    Stipends to the disabled, helping multiple birth parents etc. Or even as schools will be reopening,she will give books and school bags to orphans and the likes. Abeg the woman try.

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  13. It's between Mrs Zulum and Bagudu.

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  14. Yea Kebbi first lady empowered women with bags of pure water. She dey try

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