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10 Reasons Why Her Excellency Should be Celebrated on Her Birthday

10 Reasons Why Her Excellency Should be Celebrated on Her Birthday

If you are one of those who has been impacted, directly or indirectly by this Mother of Substance, Her Excellency, the Wife of the Executive Governor of Taraba State, take a moment and say a prayer for her. As you say this prayer, you will reap the reward of gratitude. The following reasons should encourage you to do that easily.

1.) *Mother to Thousands* – She is so passionate about the weak and downtrodden that she goes out of her way to lend a hand in very unthinkable ways. For example, She travelled through rough terrain and criss-crossed rivers for over 12 hours to discover the Ndola people, bringing them many firsts…Hospital, school, police post, empowerment programmes etc

2.) *Taraba to Limelight* – In 2016, she shot Taraba to International limelight after she selected and supervised a team of experts on a project that won an International award in the USA, after competing with several countries worldwide.

3.) *Pacesetter* – She has ventured into what many people will hardly think of doing. Can you imagine one renovating a state cemetry, or getting limps for amputees, or training tailors for Sierra Leonean designs or taking definite steps to curb drug abuse in the society etc.

4.) *Modesty* – She is definitely someone you would want to emulate in fashion, intelligence, time management, leadership and empathy.

5.) *Awards* – Her hardwork has been recognized through several awards.

6.) *Homemaker* – When you visit her at home, you will know you are home. She is definitely in charge.

7.) *Beauty* – Even after 60 years of age, her beauty still glows. She is beautiful.

8.) *Industry* – H.E, Na’a Ndola is very industrious. She keeps herself busy helping humanity.

9.) *Educated* – She is a Barrister and has risen through to the highest rank in Civil Service.

10.) *NGO Impact* – Through Her NGO, Hope Afresh Foundation Taraba, she has impacted thousands in so many ways.

By Grace Lowland Amaefula.