Lagos State Executive Council felicitates with Chief Mrs Kemi Nelson, member Lagos State G.A.C on her birth anniversary

“The joy of every business owner is to see the business thriving. The joy of every teacher is the success of the students”. The joy of every parent is to see the child growing to become somebody in life. While the joy of all the Lagos State G.A.C members is to see State Government performing excellently.

Beseeches God Unto Her, Divine Protection, Longetivity Of Life And Sound Health

Extols Her For The Relentless Efforts Women Inclusion In Governance

“The joy of every business owner is to see the business thriving. The joy of every teacher is the success of the students”. The joy of every parent is to see the child growing to become somebody in life. While the joy of all the Lagos State G.A.C members is to see State Government performing excellently.

On the other hand, in replication, It is also a thing of joy seeing one’s leader, guardian, adviser and mentor thriving and being celebrated on a special day like today.

“Whatever ways people have been describing *Chief Mrs Oluwakemi Nelson*, an experienced grassroot politician, an administrator and one of the leading voices for economic empowerment for women,

. A worthy member of the Lagos State Governor’s Advisory Council (GAC),

. Former Commissioner for Employment

. Former Chairman, Governing Council of Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education (AOCOED),

. Former Provost of Lagos State College of Primary Education (LASCOPED),

. The Most Dynamic Female Commissioner in Nigeria Year 2001 adjudged by National Association of Women Journalist (NAWOJ)

The Executive Director, Operations of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF).

Chief Kemi Nelson undoubtedly and befittingly deserves the accolades showered on her as a proven Pathfinder, an Untainted Progressive, a Quintessential Leader, a Trusted Grassrooter, a Visionary Personality, a Solid Mobilizer, a Stabilizer”~the #State Executive Council eulogized.

“Indeed you have proven yourself as a bulwark of democracy, a quintessential leader, a true servant of the people, a role model, particularly to all young female progressive politicians in Lagos State and in Nigeria at large.

Through clear actions and deeds, you have unambiguously demonstrated high values and contributed immensely to the development/stability of our noble party and Lagos State”, the Lagos State Executive Council extols the classic diehard progressive leader.

Today is not only special for you, but also for everyone you’ve touched through your many acts of exemplary leadership.

Our prayer from the *#GreaterLagos team*, ably led by the workaholic Governor Mr Babajide Olusola *Sanwoolu* for you on this auspicious occasion of your birth anniversary is that God Almighty grant you long life in good health and happiness, protect you against all evils, uplift you in all facets of life, above all, take you to the very peak of your heart desire (Amen).

May this day mark the beginning of greater exploits to come in your life Yeye..

Enjoy your day and have massive fun Chief Kemi Nelson!

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Townsend said furthermore: “The bilateral relationship between Nigeria and the U.S. is built on several pillars including security cooperation.

“U.S. Africa Command will do our part to advance the security cooperation pillar, so that Nigerians can enjoy the more secure future they all deserve.”

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