T. is indeed a need to celebrate Nigerian Women and Girls, as they continue to redefine Nigeria in the eyes of the world.
This as hoped will serve as a propeller and motivation to upcoming talents who are finding it rough and tough to make a headway in thier chosen careers.
The young Nigerian women team at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham have risen to the challenge of changing the narratives for the image of Nigeria for the best by hurling in gold medals to place Nigeria on the global arena as the best African Team in the competition.
“As I watched these amazing amazons embrace the Nigerian flag with infectious joy, to the amazement of the world, I was more than ever convinced that the future of this Nation lies in the indomitable spirit of the Nigerian Woman,” the honorable minister of women affairs, Dame Pauline K. Tallen said in an official press release made available to Sports247.
“If they can do it in sports, they can also bring about a robust and strategic approach in addressing the challenges of the Nigerian State. Women, I should say, hold the ace and must be given the opportunity to showcase their potential,” she further charged.
“And so, with pride as the Nigerian Minister of Women Affairs, I dare to say that in all my experience of Nigeria’s participation in sports at international engagements, the year 2022, which we already tagged as the “Year of “Hope” for Nigerian Women and Girls has remained the best for Team Nigeria Athletes, ever with the young women doing us proud.”
Dame Pauline extended her heartfelt joy and congratulatory messages, “I t.fore commend and congratulate the amazing quartet Women Relay Team of Favour Ofili, Rosemary Chukwuma, Grace Nwokocha and the superlative golden girl, Tobi Amusan, who also won another gold medal in the 100m women’s hurdle event.”
“I want to also thank the likes of Ese Brume, Blessing Oborududu, Odunayo Adekuoroye, Adijat Adenike Olarinoye, Miesinnei Mercy Genesis, Rafiatu Folashade Lawal, Folashade Oluwafemilayo, Eucharia Iyiazi, Chioma Onyekwere and Goodness Nwachukwu who all won gold medals in their events.”
“Not forgetting those who won silver and bronze medals. They remain our Unsung heroines whom we intend to celebrate.
She pledged her commitment to thier welfare, “Please be assured of my commitment to your overall wellbeing. I had prepared to be t. with you physically, but due to an accident, I suffered in the course of my work, it became impossible.”
“I am however, in touch with the Honourable Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Otunba Sunday Dare, even as we await your arrival in the country at the end of the event.”
“It is heartwarming to know that the Team Nigeria won 12 Gold, 9 Silver and 14 bronze medals with the women carting away most of the medals in all categories. Nigerian women and Girls are indeed very proud of you.”
Long Live our female Athletes
Long Live Nigerian Women and Girls
Long Live President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR
Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the statement ended.
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