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Friday, 6 March 2015

Photos Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala visits Chibok

The Coordinating Minister of the Economy & Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonji-Iweala, pictured above yesterday, laying the foundation stone of the one of the schools being rebuilt by the govt. She also met with families of the abducted school girls and women leaders in the community. See the pics after the cut...



155 comments:

Hypertek IshOlawale said...

K.

Njika Innocent said...

Jst pray those gals are still alive nd safe. Its pretty sad that up till now, those gals are still been held captives

Grace Bassey said...

Y av u decided to swallow all d comments.


Gm

Anonymous said...

I.B, a good-looking but lonely guy needs a serious-minded lady for friendship that can lead to long-term relation 32D6B6FA. Pls, don't add me if you are not serious

Kweenmercy said...

What exactly is she doing there?! Where d girls kidnapped just yesterday?! Seriously... not making sense.

Juliet Iwuno said...

Nonsense after over 300 days. Sabi na all bcos of the forthcoming election ain't it so??? Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Nonsense after over 300 days. Sabi na all bcos of the forthcoming election ain't it so??? Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Nonsense after over 300 days. Sabi na all bcos of the forthcoming election ain't it so??? Linda take note!

Miss Port Harcourt said...

Okay! Seen! It's too late for all this....PDP will go down the drain come March 28th. #SaiBuhari. #SaiDakukuAdolPeterside. #APC....Change!!!

wilheminna moses said...

Dat woman in yellow scarf dats always squeezing face....she follow for d parent of any of d gurls? Cus I know her face! Yea I recognize her. D woman peshie was asking "what of the principal? Na only u waka come?" Ok what's she doing there? Hmmmm.

Anonymous said...

Did anybody noticed that it was only NOI that was smiling in the pictures. I cannot imagine the pains these women must be going through. Must be traumatic.

God Save Nigeria from wicked politicians

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Wow! So sweet of her and I pray dis noble visit continue which wil better help their morale and re - build their community.

Bishop Dammy said...

We yet to hear the outcome of the "closed door meeting " with the parents yesterday. It is well. 2tim 4:18. @Bishop_Dammy

@lwkmd_naija - follow on instagram/twitter said...

Thoughtful of her....lindaobserve

Riketoke said...

Ths politicians be taking us for fool. Na now dey just dey wake up shey? Una no well

christie benjamin said...

Yeah this old woman is just waking up to realize these girls went missing


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Anonymous said...

AuthurWilliams:


Coordinating minister. This woman is really good at what she does. I admire her but okonjo-iweala I want to ask you o.
WHO YOU HELP? abeg keep up the economy destruction. we are a lawless nation.


LindaHelpMe.

Anonymous said...

AuthurWilliams:


Coordinating minister. This woman is really good at what she does. I admire her but okonjo-iweala I want to ask you o.
WHO YOU HELP? abeg keep up the economy destruction. we are a lawless nation.


LindaHelpMe.

Anonymous said...

AuthurWilliams:


Coordinating minister. This woman is really good at what she does. I admire her but okonjo-iweala I want to ask you o.
WHO YOU HELP? abeg keep up the economy destruction. we are a lawless nation.



LindaHelpMe.

Alloy Chikezie said...

Good

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Kolawole taiye said...

All propaganda. Mchwww

@MEETDREALEVANS said...

This pple must really think Nigerians re stupid... What's all this love coming from all of a sudden...

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Rubbish,they just woke up from their slumber.
Now Chibok is their darling.
Change is here joor!

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Edem victor said...

That's an encouraging thing to do. Kudos!!


OKORO UPGRADED**

carina jacob said...

Good.

ibrahim bakare said...

Nawa o since all these days

CHIDINMA ONUOHA said...

Aunty Ngo,well done... nah now u na wake?

Anonymous said...

Why is Ngozi the only one smiling....sort of !! #notpleased #wewantourgirls

Damolia De Best said...

Well done ._.

Anonymous said...

Why is Ngozi the only one smiling....sort of !! #notpleased #wewantourgirls

Anonymous said...

NYC 1.....TOMJERRYSWIT

igwe Adaobi said...

Good for her
She try
But what's the essence of her visit?
And why now?

Loretha Amajuoyi said...

LILY YOU SELF. ANYWAY A GOOD STEP BY THE GOVT

Anonymous said...

no comment

dhollapor Ade said...

the chibok community none of them visited when the girls were abducted...election is drawing near and they are having meetings and laying rubbish foundation.....There is GOD OOOOO

Anonymous said...

Minister of finance laying stone school dowwww....how does that work only in Nigeria ......soon minister for works will be talking abt book haram....

Musa Danjuma said...

Chibok Women have sold their girls to the govt. Mugus

Oluchi Lambert said...

Nice one, Nwanyi oma. But I am sure that somebody will come for you soon unless she just dont want to do that.

Anonymous said...

What type of government is this,so its now they are all visiting chibok,after almost a year.very wicked politicians, all bcos of elections.

Anonymous said...

The federal government are doing the right thing now for rebuilding the Chibok girl's school and as well bringing sanity and relatively peace in the community.Let them keep the momentum high and clean up the remnant of Boko Haram in the entire North east.Thump up to GEJ as we count down to the general election.

adetunji oluwaseyi said...


Minister of finance laying stone school
dowwww....how does that work only in
Nigeria ......soon minister for works will
be talking abt book haram.... (Copied)

Anonymous said...

Its almost a year and all of a sudden chibok and its environs is the choice place for politicians to visit.

If the conveners and well meaning Nigerians hadn't brought the notice of the international community to this mishap,it would have gone in the way of the murdered 59 boys, Aluu 4 and several other killings.

Some people might say better late than never but I find it somewhat distasteful that a real government(on all levels) would use this as a favor gathering event.

For months,people sacrificed their time,money,emotions and safety to keep attention on the chibok girls,and now a bunch of politicians are swooping in to reap from it.For me,its too little too late and GOD will judge you and your generation (s) IJN.

Amen.

Alabekee Ola said...

Okay, we understand why.
www.alabekee.blogspot.com

ary said...

Mmm that's nice! The north-east must be really safe for our ogas to suddenly be making appearances there now.

bramo Anagende said...

Funny tins!they do all ds things wt so much ease like we r some bunch of fools!well dnt blame them some f us hv chosen 2 b gullibles always ready to applaud rubish.4 christ sakes wt does she think she's doing?How safe hav de made chibok?good radiance to beautiful rubbish.....*mtcheew*

Subomi said...

whatever man! in their mind now, they are taking us for a naive bunch

OGUNDIRAN OYINDAMOLA said...

Abi o, na now day jst break

barrister said...

Okoro, kudos for what? Hypocrisy?Nigeria is really failing drastically when people like you believe visiting chibok at this time is a job well done.

Akin' Odunsi @gr8akin said...

They are now waking up when they need the votes! So, Okonjo Oniwala just realized its time to go greet dem for Chibok? Politicians are gonna be judges specially by God i swear!

Anonymous said...

Oh now they finally believe that truly some girls were taken away by BH. Very insulting to Nigerians. Why can't she invite Asari Dokubo and wife during this trip. Nigerians be wise. #VoteRight

Linda Jones said...

we all know this is politics so play on we are all watching

voke dabonor said...

Playing politics....

Anonymous said...

And this friends is the height of hypocrisy.... You may succeed in fooling the people but you can't fool our father in heaven #god dey see us

delphine Chinyere said...

I ws expein such comment,wat did u expect her 2 do b4? So she shld go n visit dere wen d heat ws on n die abi? Jst cos she's a public servant. If it's u wil u go dere. As @dt tym? Pls u ppl shld use ur head somtyms n also put ur legs in2 oda ppl's shoes b4 u talk!!!

Anonymous said...

Iwoyi laro!! Too little too late Gen Mohamadu Burahi will bring back our girls

Anonymous said...

Damn I hate diz government

sweetie said...

So she just wake up.abeg we do wise. Curruption Pdp postponed election to do right tins at wrong time. We need change joor

Joy(sharonlady002@yahoo.com said...

PDP tins all na for campaign hmmm

Lucy Ogana said...

Lol...#keep up the economy destruction.
Ngozika, comot for road jare!!! See her kpomo mouth.
Na who una dey deceive. Most nigerians are wiser!!!

Anonymous said...

President Jonathan's commitment to education is not debatable. It is as clear as distilled water. He has invested in himself educationally and has ALL his certificates intact. He has built 14 new tertiary institutions and 125 almajiri schools.
Now after the army's successful campaign in the North East, the President is embarking on a schools re-building campaign, beginning with Chibok.
The APC's candidate has no WASC to show to Nigerians, built no tertiary institutions, built no almajiri schools. He has not publicly identified with the clearly forged WASC result which his party's propaganda machinery put out.
If you hate academic fraud and value education and performance, vote Goodluck Jonathan for President.
If you are vulnerable, gullible and helpless, and have Buhari sympathies, handover your PVC to the recycling guys so they cam melt it and make it into something more useful to the society.
It will be the ultimate retrogression to vote for a 73 year old despot who doesn't have any idea on how to get his WASC certificate and has no interest in promoting education.

Anonymous said...

nice.

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ebonyz... said...

Seen but it's the girls we want back and not this

nosa aghatise said...

Who will attend the school after completion. They should as a matter of priority rescue the girls ( since Jona has confirmed them alive) and resettle them. Enough of this political gimmicks.

Lucy Ogana said...

Wait a minute!
Ngozi, dont forget to ask ur world bank colleagues, 'how did they see ur visit to chibok + the laying of foundation stone for rebuilding of chibok school.' NONSENSE!!!

Anonymous said...

when breeze blow fowl yash go open. election is close they are running out of there holes. They want to retain power my hook or crook.

Anonymous said...

Una think say una get sense abi? You can some few Nigerians out there and not me!

Zoë said...

Nice for her to have visited them. Something tells me those girls are in the custody of the FG.

snowflix said...

Kita ka chi foro mtcheew! #onelovefromsnow#

mamazee a said...

Okonjo Welldone o! Shebi na now day break? It is well. March 28th is the date.

Shina Shine said...

ok




#Commenting thru Glo 4G LTE

Shina Shine said...

who is fooling who?





#Commenting thru Glo 4G LTE

Anonymous said...

My sister, may God forgive them.
Mrs Feyi

LAURAAUJ KAHI said...

Too late for that.

Osuagwu Friday Niles said...

Gud one. Let's do more of this

udeze obumneme said...

She try

Anonymous said...

So
So
So
So
Even okonjo iweala believe in this scam cheiiii, their is God ooooo in mama peace voice

I wonder how much they contracted this woman to do this job, so unfortunate that they have sold there souls to the devil....!!!!b



I can bet my chest that no girls was abducted asap




Sure surer suresest


Even those sent of these same mission knows that, but none want to be an escape goat is all well




But I don't know y fayose has muted over this, I know him to be sincere

okechukwu Henry said...

Day don break!scam!!!

Anonymous said...

Politics tricks...

kclub said...

Idiot

ibrahim bakare said...

Nawa o since all these days

Naijasportscrib.com said...

Hmmm.. What I cannot do in years, I can do in six weeks. That's good to know. A group is scared for once. Check out here for sports news

Anonymous said...

I wonder what's amusing her,she should be sober that Smirk on her face should be gone!

Anonymous said...

Stop pls...don't criticize for nothin..these areas hv not be cleared safe to visit before now..pls and all the capturing and restructuring of displaced places did not start today...pls don't stop helping GEJ to be a better govt than it is ...good thing is they take criticism with a good heart and act of them ...GEJ win na God win

Anonymous said...

Doing her best


Gay Life of an Anonymous Writer

Omoye Zenki Moye Brown said...

They all just realised chibok girls went missing.....


Moye says so via BB Passport...Courtesy LIB....

Anonymous said...

Will she go there when it's not safe to go! Do you think from your anus! The Millitary is making some gains and the place is now relatively safe. That's why she went now! Can we stop seeing everything from the prism of politics!

ik said...

the stupid #bringbackourgirls# cordinator neva go. #obi# attetion seeker fool.

chinwe Nzeh said...

Very thoughtful of her.

Rex Aniah said...

Gud one!

Anonymous said...

Na WA for naija because GEJ wants vote now chibok is the best place to go. May God help us

Anonymous said...

IS IT NOW THAT THIS GOVT KNOWS WHERE CHIBOK IS. I TAUGHT THERE WAS NO MISSING GIRLS. PROPAGANDA ALL BECAUSE OF ELECTION. WAYO PEOPLE. CRIMINALS IN POWER!

Grace n Truth said...

Your head no correct. So the schools should not be rebuilt abi?

Anonymous said...

Yeah that's the school prispal"

Bade said...

We must appreciate the effots of people like the Minister for Finance for taking the bold step. It is a step that will bring back those girls safely to us.

TOBI said...

We are happy that Mrs ngozi Okonjo-Iweala took the bull by the horn by visiting Chibok.

Njika Innocent said...

As in eh, see stupid question,u be correct mumu dis gal oo, so Bcos those gals were kidnapped, govt should 4get abt developing d community naa, tink b4 u write. Juliet Take note

Goke adelakun said...

Whether it is political or any other reason we must applaud the effort of the Minister at bringing back our girls alive. No one doubts the fact that the Minister is a true Nigerian.

Segun Akinjogbin said...

Our people should appreciate the efforts of patriotic ones amongst us like Dr. Okonjo-Iweala on this matter. How else can one explain patriotic acts like that which the minister has done? Only God will pay you back Madam

balogun bola said...

DR NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA shows that she is really a mother,GOD bless her for humanitarian work she is doing in chibok,where are the other opposition party claiming they care

Anonymous said...

na now day dey break?

Charles Abebo said...

Madam, you are a hero but no one is celebrating you. you are a mentor but some detest you. You are a legend but no one celebrates you. Continue your good works God will reward you.

Giggs said...

Why are Nigerians always like this? never grateful for anything...only seeking to undermined the efforts of the government. it's a pity!...really a pity!

La said...

Election is good sha. I hope she relocated to Chibok. Desperado.

Leke Anidugbe said...

Madam, you are a hero but no one is celebrating you. you are a mentor but some detest you. You are a legend but no one celebrates you. Continue your good works.I can only pray that pay to back in abundance for your demonstrable acts of patriotism madam

Gbolahan Olanrewaju said...

Now Chibok has played host to a senior government official and that is Dr(Mrs) Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. The fact that this woman can go out of her way to visit Chibok

shola thomas said...

Nice one madam Ngozi for showing your support,GOD bless you,all of you hating on her,shame on you

Bolatito Onafowokan said...

This woman is not the Minister for defence. She is not the Inspector general of Police neither is she the Chief of Army Staff. She is just the Minister for Finance. And she has been the only minister that has visited Chibok. I think she deserves a round of applause from us all

Patience Arowolo said...

Need I say more about this woman? This is a rare act of courage from a woman. Wonderful!

Fubharr said...

Hey guys, if you cynics who aremerely being critical ofthe good motives of the finance minister can be sincere for a moment,you'll realize that this country has never had it this sincere in terms of administration. You all perceive her good works in the light of your iniquitous ones. Well, for you the information of the cynics, this is the perfect time to do this just cause...nothing political, guys!

Ayo Popoola said...

Now we need more patriotic acts as demonstrated by Mrs Minister from all our leaders without exemption. Thank you Dr Okonjo-Iweala we are proud of you!

Mercy Kings said...

Na now she dey go after all this years she try

Gabriel Onosode said...

If Okonjo-Iweala can dare to visit Chibok, nothing stops Oby Ezekwezili, the chief campaingner for the release of Chibok girls to herself pay a visit. Unless the Bring back our Girls group are just shedding crocodile tears, they must also find their way to Chibok and establish their headquaters there where they will be appreciated

Ayobami Olawoyin said...

I don't know why some people always see everything from partisan politics point of view. Some people still believe that the Minister is playing politics.My question to them is: Is Okonjo-Iweala contesting for any office?

Anonymous said...

Who can ever satisfy Nigerians? The patriotic minister risked her life to go to a crisis-prone area to promote education, yet she’s been criticized.

Olumide Abas said...

QUIT THE ANIMOSITY GUYS! It's never out of place for government to attempt to curry favour from the populace in election periods like this. Just any government around the world would do the same. That's why government is ultimately by the people.

Anonymous said...

The honourable minister should be commended for promoting education despite the dastardly act of the boko haram sect in the north east and also to empathize with the parents of the abducted girls. We shouldn’t always resort to baseless and ridiculous name-calling.

Prince Agbeyemi said...

Thank you madam we love you. Every patriotic Nigerian Loves you

Anonymous said...

I have come to realize that regardless of whatever you do, people will still find fault. Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala has selflessly served this nation for several years now and all you can do is point accusing fingers at her. How sad. Why not proffer solutions since you know how best to do the job?

Anonymous said...

If you have nothing positive to say, please keep your destructive criticisms to yourself. You just keep speaking like uncivil and disillusioned people.

bolade johnson said...

who says that GEJ and his team are not working,they have continue to show their support,The Coordinating Minister show love by laying the foundation stone of the one of the schools being rebuilt by the govt.GEJ GOVT IS WORKING She also met with families of the abducted school girls and women leaders in the community,up PDP

Anonymous said...

It’s always easier to point accusing fingers while sitting down and refusing to contribute meaningfully to what others painstakingly do to make things better.

Pat Arubebe said...

The Nigerian economy is now the largest in Africa despite the so-called rise in foreign exchange rate. No one should lose sleep over the rise in foreign exchange it is only a sign of growth. Things are changing.
With the economy in the more than capable hands of the charismatic Minister of Finance, Dr. Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala no one needs to lose sleep over the rising rate of foreign exchange.
I trust Mrs Iweala

Muyiwa said...

Nigerians can complain too much, people complained that the government did not visit Chibok, now Okonjo-Iweala has visited the place; the action is followed by heavy criticism.

Anonymous said...

Well done Dr. Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala. Despite all the risks involved, you still went ahead to record a landmark event in Chibok. I doff my hat. Ignore your detractors and keep doing what you know how best to do- serving your dear country. May you live long ma.

Chris said...

Good job, Madam Okonjo-Iweala, good job president Jonathan. Now you have silenced the tongues of the accusers.

Shaanu Akowe said...

Come off it guys! Okonjo-Iweala had solicited the money for some of this school rebuilding project since last year September. So it is even too late for you detractors and disparagers to want to start to color public opinion about this noble project since you were clueless about how she single-handedly sort funds for it.

Philomena said...

My view is that this woman deserves to be given the Nobel Peace Prize for visiting Chibok as a government minister. afterall what did people like Malala do to be given the prestigious award

Olabimpe said...

If Okonjo Iweala hadn’t gone to Chibok, hatemongers wouldn’t have remembered the Chibok girls. Now she has gone and they aren’t pleased either. There is nothing that satisfies this generation. It’s a shame.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of whatever has happened in the past, Chibok will arise stronger than ever before and by God’s Grace, all the abducted girls will return home safely in one piece. Rather than heat up the polity with our biases and unguarded comments, can we kindly come together in unity to pray for the progress of this great country of ours? Let’s quit tearing down the minister or other leaders with our negative comments and take up encouraging and building our beloved nation.

Bode Shogbile said...

A simple appreciation of this woman is not enough. Mrs Okonjo-Iweala deserves an international award for this latest patriotic act

Fikayo said...

Every move of government is seen as targeted towards the coming election. I don't envy any incumbent governments during election periods like this. their well-intentioned moves are carelessly undermined, if not sabotaged.

Tunji Adabola said...

Wonderful nmarvelous Clinical Tactical Beautiful Lovely Magnificient Excellent Compassionate Ebulient. If you have any other word to describe this woman please add because I don't have any more word to describe her.

Ariyo said...

I have never doubted the goodwill and motherly instinct of the minister of finance since she took the safe school initiative upon herself and rallied people of like minds together to raise the sum of over $100million outside of government coffers.

BIMBO COLE said...

Thank you Madam You are a legend. We need more of your presence and others like you more in Borno. Thank you and welcome to Southern Borno

Sokunbi said...

Kudos! Ngozi...kudos to you and your good office ma. Your reward is not with ignoramus like some folk on this platform, but with God, posterity and the children who will attend the school many years from now.

Sokunbi said...

Kudos! Ngozi...kudos to you and your good office ma. Your reward is not with ignoramus like some folk on this platform, but with God, posterity and the children who will attend the school many years from now.

Anonymous said...

Okonjo Iweala is always at the forefront of ensuring that the girl child gets the best deal especially when it comes to educating them. I remember that shortly after the Chibok girls were abducted, NOI rallied round global figures and business mogul to pull resources and establish the Safe School initiatives.

Anonymous said...

This is goodnews! As the federal troops are denting a big blow on Boko Haram through the barrel of the gun, Okonjo Iweala is leading the team that is crippling these criminals through education. I believe that when this school is finally rebuilt, more girls in Chibok will have a conduscive atmosphere to learn and become great.

Anonymous said...

Education is the bedrock of any society. I am glad that the federal government under the leadership of the Coordinating Minister of the Economy has deemed it fit to rebuild some of the schools pulled down by Boko Haram. This is surely a welcome development. God bless Madam Iweala. May she never be within the reach of the enemies and terrorists.

Anonymous said...

It is painful that the Chibok girls are still unfound many days after their abduction. But I am consoled because the government is taking drastic action to educate the children of Chibok despite this huge calamity that has befallen the community.

Anonymous said...

Wow! I like this. This woman have shown that Nigerians are good people. We will never forget the Chibok girls. They will come back home safely by God's grace.

Anonymous said...

U add me 331A1C00

Uzoma Ngozi said...

This is a great one having a woman of integrity visit Chibok. This shows that apart from the fact that she was committed even with her resources she went ahead to identify with the people and also encouraged about the future by laying a foundation of education. Madam Iweala your good heart is something Nigerians should emulate.

Cynthia Elombah said...

Most people having been saying or sort. Some said it’s late, others all manner of rubbish. The truth remains that we can all say what we like, but what has been our contribution. For madam Iweala she raised the topic at the World Economic Forum. And she was part of those who initiated the Safe School Initiative with funds to back it up. Madam Iweala good will is all we need to make the country move forward.

Olumide Alayo said...

Empowering people with education is the best legacy a parent can give to a child. Madam Ngozi and the government of the day have made commitment to rebuild the school affected by the book-haram menace. They have raised a fund to that effect. She didn’t just stop there, she went ahead to identify with the people. You are great woman, mother and a mentor to follow. Hope others will learn from you, madam minister.

Chidinma Ihediora said...

Despite the risk of being attacked by a people who I believe are book haram sympathizers, you still went ahead ma to risk your life. This will go down in history and generation unborn will hear of your good works and commitment to our mother land. God bless you madam Ngozi.

Okoro Uzonna said...

It pains me when people just open their mouth to say whatever they like. Will they expect madam minister to go to Chibok when it is not safe? Even the so called military had to flee that area when the battle was tensed. And people are just saying jibrish. Madam minister when to the Chibok, to empower them with education. Something that was missing in previous administration which led to this book haram menace. This is sowing seeds for the next generation of the people that will be educated in the North. They will know their left from their right. Thank you for this good work.

Anonymous said...

Politically motivated visit. Too late madam economy destroyer. This woman is so afraid of the years she will spend in jail. Change is here

Anonymous said...

Politically motivated visit. Too late madam economy destroyer. This woman is so afraid of the years she will spend in jail. Change is here

B_S! said...

After all the dollars mama don chop clean mouth... She's ready to come out... Afi coordinating na! Shioor! She coordinate our economy into the hands of the minority class. Policies that doesn't reflect on the citizens.

Anonymous said...

Even a blind fool knows that's its SIMPLY POLITICS cos it's Crystal clear. Nigerians can be gullible sha...

Anonymous said...

She should stop this coordinating. She should be finance or economy or minister of both. Disappointed in her. The world bank should be called in to see the mess she coordinated.

Let's ensure PHC and readers are used. We want to see how 17 will be greater 19 this time around. They can get away with it inside pdp but not anymore.

SAI BUHARI

Tinuke said...

Well done Madam Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. You have indeed shown that you are interested and passionate about the welfare of our girls. Don’t listen to distracting voices coming from the streets, keep up the good work Ma.

Abigail said...

Madam Okonjo-Iweala has once again proved her worth as the Mother of the Nation. Kudos to you Madam by God’s grace our girls would come home safely.

Wura said...

I so love Madam Okonjo-Iweala; see how she empathises with these mothers being a mother herself.

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