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NCWS HONORS MRS OMOKEHINDE AJALA WITH GRAND PATRON

Posted 1 year ago
Saturday 13th August 2022
The National Council of Women's Societies (NCWS) has honored Mrs. Muibat Omokehinde Ajala, the wife of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA Chairman, as the grand patron of the women's societies.
Speaking at the,e event which was held in the council hall yesterday, NCWS state President, Alhaja. S.B. Agoro congratulated the chairperson.
"We congratulate you our dear chairperson today on your investiture as a patron of NCWS in this Local Council Development Area," Agoro said.
She also appealed for support to members of the NCWS within the LCDA and all their activities, including the sponsorship of National Programs in Abuja.
Agoro added, "As the president of all chairpersons in the state, we implore you to appeal to other Local Government chairpersons to ensure their investiture as patrons in their various Local Governments for life as enshrined in the NCWS constitution."
In her speech, Mrs. Muyibat Ajala praised her husband, the Chairman of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA, Hon Rasaq Ajala, for his continuous support. She also appreciated the support of the women leaders present at the event.
In her words, Mrs. Ajala admonished the women to remain focused and committed to their marital responsibilities, stressing that the activities of the association should not impede their familial roles.
"We all know it is God first, and the next person is my husband. So, I must sincerely appreciate him for his support at all times. God will continue to bless him," Mrs. Ajala said.
"Let me leverage this medium to urge all women present here today that we should all be up and doing. No other activities should replace our roles as wives. As women, we have a lot of roles for our husbands and children," she admonished.
"Let's try as much as possible to encourage our children to say no to violence. More importantly, we should encourage them to speak their mother tongue.
"In an attempt to fake exposure and impress people that we understand the English language, we are gradually losing our culture. And when we have the opportunity to travel abroad, we see that many countries value their cultures and languages," she added.
Speaking at the event, the Chairman of the LCDA, Hon Rasaq Ajala, appreciated all the women present, including the wives of all the councilors for supporting his wife. He specifically appreciated the significant support of Princess Halimat Ajenifuja.
"I must commend all the wonderful and active women present here today. You are doing a great job," he said.
"Considering your monumental support for my humble self, the LCDA, and Lagos State, it shows your high level of commitment to the growth and development of this LCDA and the state," HRA said.
He added, "However, I want to make a passionate appeal to you not to lose focus, regarding our familial responsibilities."
Present at the event was the Vice-Chairman Of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA, Hon Seyi Jakande, and the Secretary to the LCDA, Hon Mujeeb Daramola.
Others were the Council Manager, Alhaji Shakirudeen Omotayo, Management Staff, Supervisors, Councilors, and National and State Representatives of NCWS.
The National Council of Women's Societies (NCWS) has celebrated Mrs. Muibat Omokehinde Ajala, the wife of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA Chairman.
Speaking at the event organized within the council premises yesterday, NCWS state President, Alhaja. S.B. Agoro congratulated the chairperson.
"We congratulate you our dear chairperson today on your investiture as a patron of NCWS in this Local Council Development Area," Agoro said.
She also appealed for support to members of the NCWS within the LCDA and all their activities, including the sponsorship of National Programs in Abuja.
Agoro added, "As the president of all chairpersons in the state, we implore you to appeal to other Local Government chairpersons to ensure their investiture as patrons in their various Local Governments for life as enshrined in the NCWS constitution."
In her speech, Mrs. Muyibat Ajala praised her husband, the Chairman of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA, Hon Rasaq Ajala, for his continuous support. She also appreciated the support of the women leaders present at the event.
In her words, Mrs. Ajala admonished the women to remain focused and committed to their marital responsibilities, stressing that the activities of the association should not impede their familial roles.
"We all know it is God first, and the next person is my husband. So, I must sincerely appreciate him for his support at all times. God will continue to bless him," Mrs. Ajala said.
"Let me leverage this medium to urge all women present here today that we should all be up and doing. No other activities should replace our roles as wives. As women, we have a lot of roles for our husbands and children," she admonished.
"Let's try as much as possible to encourage our children to say no to violence. More importantly, we should encourage them to speak their mother tongue.
"In an attempt to fake exposure and impress people that we understand the English language, we are gradually losing our culture. And when we have the opportunity to travel abroad, we see that many countries value their cultures and languages," she added.
Speaking at the event, the Chairman of the LCDA, Hon Rasaq Ajala, appreciated all the women present, including the wives of all the councilors for supporting his wife. He specifically appreciated the significant support of Princess Halimat Ajenifuja.
"I must commend all the wonderful and active women present here today. You are doing a great job," he said.
"Considering your monumental support for my humble self, the LCDA, and Lagos State, it shows your high level of commitment to the growth and development of this LCDA and the state," HRA said.
He added, "However, I want to make a passionate appeal to you not to lose focus, regarding our familial responsibilities."
Present at the event was the Vice-Chairman Of Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA, Hon Seyi Jakande, and the Secretary to the LCDA, Hon Mujeeb Daramola.
Others were the Council Manager, Alhaji Shakirudeen Omotayo, Management Staff, Supervisors, Councilors, and National and State Representatives of NCWS.