Minister of Tourism applauds First Lady’s Brunch celebrating Nigerian heritage

Minister of Tourism, Lola Ade-John, has praised the collaborative efforts with the Office of the First Lady of Nigeria, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, in the successful execution of the First Lady’s Brunch.

Held at a prestigious venue in Abuja, the event brought together distinguished guests, cultural troupes, and artisans to celebrate Nigeria’s rich heritage and unity.

The brunch featured captivating performances by cultural troupe dancers, highlighting the diversity and vibrancy of Nigerian culture.

The event also featured a fashion and art vendors activity of showcasing their crafts, infusing the event with creativity and elegance.

In her address, Senator Oluremi Tinubu highlighted the crucial role of women, especially First Ladies in fostering unity and peaceful coexistence across Africa.

She called for unified efforts to drive positive change on the continent and expressed confidence in the Organisation of African First Ladies for Development (OAFLAD) to spearhead initiatives for Africa’s progress.

Visiting First Ladies, who enjoyed a guided tour of Nigeria’s cultural highlights, expressed their commitment to strengthening Pan Africanism and solidarity for the continent’s advancement.

The tourism Minister further lauded the partnership between the Federal Ministry of Tourism and the Office of the First Lady, reaffirming the ministry’s dedication to supporting initiatives that highlight Nigeria’s cultural richness and contribute to socio-economic development.

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