Mohammed Idris, Information Minister, Celebrates  Remi Tinubu At 63

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In a heartfelt congratulatory message, Alhaji Mohammed Idris, Nigeria’s Minister of Information and National Orientation, has extended his warm wishes to Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the First Lady of Nigeria, as she celebrates her 63rd birthday today.

Addressing the press, Minister Idris commended the First Lady for her selfless dedication to the welfare of the nation’s most vulnerable citizens and her tireless efforts in improving their livelihoods.

He highlighted the significance of her sharing her birthday with the nation, emphasizing her role as a nurturing figure who has consistently supported the less privileged throughout her life.

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Idris pointed out that Senator Tinubu had swiftly established herself as the “mother of the nation” during the early months of the administration, citing her impactful advocacy and charitable work as key factors.

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He underlined that her commitment to helping others had been a defining trait throughout her life.

Expressing confidence in her abilities, Minister Idris stated, “I believe she possesses the strength and potential to do even more, and Nigerians will witness true motherhood through the First Lady.”

He went on to offer prayers for her longevity, health, and happiness and asked for blessings that would enable her to continue supporting her husband, the President, in delivering a better Nigeria for all citizens. He also prayed for her continued dedication to the well-being of her fellow countrymen as the First Lady of Nigeria.

As Senator Tinubu celebrates her 63rd birthday, the nation eagerly anticipates her future contributions and the positive impact she will undoubtedly have on the lives of countless Nigerians.

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