Tinubu honors Nigeria first female Major general

Tinubu honors Nigeria first female Major general

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Tinubu honors Nigeria first female Major general

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Tinubu honors Nigeria first female Major general. President Bola Tinubu characterized the death of Nigeria’s first female Major-General, Aderonke Kale, as a “heartbreaking loss” to the country on Friday.

Kale, the Nigerian Army Medical Corps’ first female commander, died on Thursday at the age of 84.

Tinubu, in a condolence statement signed by his Special Adviser (Media and Publicity), Ajuri Ngelale, also sympathised with the Kale family, the Nigerian Army, and the society of medical practitioners in Nigeria on the passing away of one of their own.

Tinubu stated that as a pioneer in her field, the late Major General ” embodied the courage, professionalism, capacity, and resilience of the Nigerian woman”

The President prayed for the repose of the soul of the late officer and encouraged her beloved family to take solace in the peerless legacy she left behind.

In another news,

A group of non-partisan Nigerians under the aegis of The Patriots has called on the President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government to “effect the necessary fundamental change by bringing in a new people’s constitution” to help the nation effectively tackle its current challenges.

The group, which said in a statement on Thursday that it accepted the reality of Tinubu’s administration, stressed that “only a truly Federal Constitution as was agreed by Nigeria’s founding fathers will give the country a chance of tackling its current challenges effectively.”


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