Sanwo Olu, Akeredolu, Uzodinma wives storm Lagos for ‘August Meeting’
Posted by News Express | 11 September 2021 | 227 times
•Wife of Lagos State Governor, Ibijoke Sanwo Olu
The wife of Lagos State Governor, Ibijoke Sanwo Olu, her Ondo State counterpart, Betty Anyanwu- Akeredolu, and Chioma Ikeaka-Uzodimma, wife of Imo state Governor have stormed Lagos at the 7th edition of Women August meeting/empowerment programme by Imo State Towns Development Association Lagos, (ISTDAL), Women’s wing.
The event is taking place today Saturday Sept. 11th 2021 under the distinguished Chairmanship of Prince Tita Ngalam with the theme, “Nigeria Business Women In The Face of Pandemic Challenges”.
It is taking place at Nigerian Army School of Music, Abalti Barracks, Ojuelegba, Surulere, Lagos.
The Special Guest of Honour is Godwin Uche Okereafor, while Lilian Amakor, President, ISTDAL, Women Wing, is the Chief Host.
Also, Chris Ekeocha, President of ISTDAL, Patrick Uzoma and Imo Liaison Officer/SA to Governor of Imo State, plays host to the event.
The Chairperson, August Women Meeting Empowerment Conference, is Chinyere Agwunobi, while Chairperson 2021 ISTDAL Beauty Pageant is Grace Ugochi Dimanozie.
There will be conferment of Ezi Nwanyi Nwere Ugwu Award on some notable and selfless women across the states. (Amended text courtesy Saturday Sun)
Source: News Express
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