Chairman Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, national leader of APC, attributes Nigerian first lady over recent feat.
The ability to stick to sound moral principles, conceptually referred to as integrity, is a very important social value. As humans, it is necessary that we understand its essence and exhibit it in our everyday life activities. Families, schools and religious organizations should groom the young minds to be men and women of integrity. To do this, they need to put special programmes (in form of exhibitions and open-air discussions) in place to acquaint them with good conducts. However, one cannot limit this indispensable role of socialization to the aforementioned institutions. That is to say, new day politico-socio actors like Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu should also serve as models for the young and coming generations. International organizations, in the same stance, can also find their way around informing their member-nations of the goodwill beneath moral uprightness.
Likewise, approaching the status quo of moral laxities from the point of view of gender uniqueness is also a yes-yes. According to research, women play crucial roles in fighting attitudinal defects. From the corners of their homes to the larger communities, they correct ills directly and impulsively. This is owing to the fact they have a natural quality of sustaining stable societies. Aisha Buhari, the wife of the executive president of Nigeria, is one of those women on the lookout. She is known for engaging in socioeconomic movements and campaigns. Most importantly, she is passionate about the plight of the girl-child, women empowerment and improvement of living standards for all.
Today marks the public presentation and launch of a book by Aisha Buhari. The book, Aishat Buhari: Being different, is an autobiographical account of her life. Similarly, it doubles as a reflection of the super-duper quality of the 21st century woman. In the course of the launch, she presents it as an emblem of virtue to the rising generation.
Tinubu, who happens to be the chairman of the occasion, said:
” Firstly, Mrs. Aisha Buhari makes the position of the first lady unquestionable. Her display of humanitarianism is second to none. She directs a different kind of energy towards the youths. Hitherto, her voice of conscience juggles us to be our better selves for the good of the nation. Consequently, it does cajole us to work for the betterment of the weak and vulnerable among us.”
Tinubu, 69, also gave indications of her commitment to the success of presidency and the wellness of the ordinary people.