Nigerians will benefit from Renewed Hope Initiative, Says Remi Tinubu

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Assuring Nigerians that her office’s Renewed Hope Initiative will help families in the nation once it got going in full, First Lady Senator Oluremi Tinubu.

She provided the promise following the second meeting of the initiative’s governing board, which took place in her office at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja.

The project will launch smoothly across the 36 states of the union and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), according to the First Lady, who also serves as the National Chairman of the Renewed Hope Initiative.

The initiative will be a complete plan for the federation, according to Senator Tinubu, who stated as much in a statement issued on Friday by her personal assistant for media, Busola Kukoyi.

She cited agriculture, health, education, social investment, and economic empowerment as the project’s main focus areas.
She then announced that a conference with the wives of all state governors would take place on Friday, July 14, and that there would be a public disclosure of the procedures needed for the project’s successful completion.

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The vice president’s wife, Hajiya Nana Shettima, who serves as the initiative’s national vice chairman, expressed the enthusiasm of the project’s governing board in her remarks after the meeting, noting that Nigerians are in for better times to support the Federal Government’s efforts.

Similar to this, the initiative’s national secretary, Barr. Chioma Uzodinma, stated that it will succeed thanks to the coordinated efforts of all sectors to improve the lives of regular Nigerians.

Ekaette Unoma Akpabio, Salamatu Gbajabiamila, Prof. Hafsat Ganduje, and APC National Woman Leader, Dr. Beta Edu, who are all members of the governing board, were also present at the meeting.

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