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Regardless of their political membership, female parliamentarians should collaborate for the benefit of the country, according to the First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu.
The President’s wife made this known when female senators and house members paid her a courtesy visit, according to a statement by Busola Kukoyi, the Special Adviser to the First Lady on Media.
The First Lady, who spent the previous twelve years in the Senate, gave the female National Assembly (NASS) members advice to stay devoted to their constituents.

Regardless of party affiliation, I implore you to cooperate because the future of the country depends on it as a former lawmaker.
The First Lady also gave the women advice on how to better fulfill their roles as lawmakers by being teachable, open to learning new things, and willing to attempt such things.
“You as women shouldn’t battle a man who does not see gender when battling for power,” she stated. “Men in positions of power do not see gender.
She advised the women to maintain their femininity while carrying out their responsibilities and prayed for the success of the female parliamentarians facing legal challenges.

Kafilat Ogbara, a female National Assembly member from Lagos’ Kosofe Federal Constituency, stated in her remarks that the visit was to congratulate the First Lady on the success of the 2023 general elections, which brought Vice President Kashim Shettima and President Bola Tinubu to office.


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