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Nigeria’s First Lady Remi Tinubu Receives German Ambassador To Nigeria

Guenther extended her country’s invitation to the President and the First Lady for the 50th anniversary of Germany’s membership of the UN.

 Nigeria’s First Lady Senator Oluremi Tinubu has expressed appreciation to the Federal republic of Germany for its various interventions in Nigeria especially in areas of humanitarian assistance to the vulnerable in various places of conflict.

She stated this while welcoming the German Ambassador Annette Guenther and other officials of the Embassy to her office at the State House, Abuja.

The First Lady said the mutual and beneficial relationship so far enjoyed by the two countries is commendable while still looking forward to more rewarding partnership.

She emphasized that Nigeria needs a lot of help to cushion the effect of the subsidy removal on the women especially and Nigerians in general.

“We are also looking forward to see what your collaboration will be regarding Germanys Feminist Foreign Policy in regard to the Renewed Hope Initiative.

“We are looking at complementing the Government in areas of health, education, wealth creation and social investment. We will give attention to sexual and domestic violence and see how we can help survivors.”

In her remarks, Guenther highlighted some of the areas of intervention by her country in Nigeria including humanitarian assistance and stabilising programs in conflict areas such as the North East.

She said her country appreciates the position of the First Lady especially as a role model to women.

She assured that Germany will key into the vision of the administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu in women development and by extension the Renewed Hope Initiative of the First Lady.

The German Ambassador extended her country’s invitation to the President and the First Lady for the 50th anniversary of Germany’s membership of the UN.

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