First Lady Mourns Hajiya Lami Adamu Lau, Champion of Women’s Rights

The nation is mourning the loss of Hajiya Lami Adamu Lau, the esteemed National President of the National Council of Women Societies (NCWS). Her sudden passing has left a void in the hearts of many who admired her unwavering commitment to the empowerment of women across Nigeria.

In a heartfelt statement, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, expressed her deep sorrow at the news. “What a great loss in the struggle for the emancipation of our womenfolk!” she lamented, highlighting the significant impact of Lau’s work.

Hajiya Lau’s life was defined by her dedication to uplifting women, championing their rights, and advocating for social justice. Her visionary leadership within the NCWS set a standard for tireless advocacy and relentless pursuit of gender equality.

Senator Tinubu noted that Lau’s efforts were “unparalleled,” and her legacy of strength and inspiration will continue to resonate with future generations.

“She was a beacon of strength and a source of inspiration for countless women,” Senator Tinubu remarked, capturing the essence of Lau’s influence. Her leadership not only inspired women to strive for greater achievements but also fostered a community committed to supporting and advancing women’s rights.

The First Lady extended her condolences to Lau’s family, friends, and the entire NCWS community. “My thoughts and prayers are with her husband, children, family, friends, and the entire NCWS community,” she said, offering words of comfort during this time of grief.

Senator Tinubu urged those mourning to find solace in the memories of Lau’s remarkable life and the lasting contributions she made to the cause of women’s rights.

As the nation remembers Hajiya Lami Adamu Lau, her legacy serves as a reminder of the power of dedicated leadership and the enduring impact of fighting for social justice.

Senator Tinubu’s words encapsulate the collective sorrow and respect felt by many: “May Allah forgive all her shortcomings and grant her Aljanah Firdaus.”

Hajiya Lau’s passing is a profound loss, but her life’s work remains a guiding light for the ongoing struggle for equality and the empowerment of women in Nigeria.

Her legacy will undoubtedly inspire and empower future generations to continue her mission with the same passion and dedication.

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