Nigerians will benefit from Renewed Hope Initiative, Says Remi Tinubu

The First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, has assured Nigerians that the Renewed Hope Initiative of her office would bring succour and relief to families in the country when it fully commenced.

She gave the assurance after the second meeting of the governing board of the initiative held in her office at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, Abuja.

The First Lady, who is also the National Chairman of the Renewed Hope Initiative, said all modalities had been put in place to ensure a smooth take-off of the project across the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Senator Tinubu, in a statement released on Friday by her special assistant, Media, Busola Kukoyi, said the various states and local governments would be involved as the project would be a comprehensive scheme for the federation.

She listed the focal areas of the project to include agriculture, health, education, social investment and economic empowerment.
As a result, she said that there would be a meeting with the wives of all state governors on Friday 14 July where there will publicly share the methods required for the successful execution of the project.

In her remarks after the meeting which was held behind closed doors, wife of the vice president who is also the national vice chairman of the initiative, Hajiya Nana Shettima expressed the excitement of the governing board at the project, noting that Nigerians are in for better times to complement the Federal Government’s efforts.

Similarly, the national secretary of the Initiative, Barr. Chioma Uzodinma said the initiative will ride on the wings of collaborative efforts from all sectors to enhance the lives of the ordinary Nigerian.

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

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