…she’s compassionate, dedicated and hardworking

By Ime Silas

Concerned Nigerians have continued to lend their voices to th appeals to His Excellency, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu GCFR to consider restoring Dr. Betta Edu to her position as Honourable Minister for Humanitarian Affairs.

Such appeals are anchored on the Cross River-born philanthropist’s youthful strength and resourcefulness as well as dedication which she had brought to bear in the discharge of her duties as Humanitarian Affairs’ Minister.

Since Dr. Edu’s suspension months ago, the country has witnessed various peaceful processions, press conferences and statements by Nigerians appealing for her reinstatement with the latest coming from Abdoul Yalwa.

According to Abdoul, the suspended Minister had shown compassion and empathy through her various philanthropic initiatives, hence the appeals across Nigeria for the lifting of her suspension.

Parts of Abdoul’s statement reads “Dr. Betta Edu has been known for her exceptional dedication to the welfare of vulnerable populations, particularly orphans, through her various philanthropic initiatives and programs. She has shown great compassion and empathy towards those in need, working tirelessly to ensure that Nigerian orphans have access to essential healthcare services, education, and a loving home environment.

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In her role as the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Dr. Betta Edu would likely continue to advocate for the rights and well-being of orphans, using her platform to raise awareness and mobilize resources to support their needs. Her strong commitment to providing a safe and nurturing environment for children who have been abandoned or left without proper care would undoubtedly have a positive impact on the lives of countless orphans across Nigeria.

“Dr. Betta Edu’s motherly care and concern for Nigerian orphans would shine through in her efforts to ensure that these children receive the love, support, and guidance they need to thrive. She would likely prioritize education, healthcare, and skills development for the orphans under her care, empowering them to realize their full potential and break the cycle of poverty.

While there is no verified information about Dr. Betta Edu being suspended as the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, we can still appreciate and acknowledge her unwavering commitment to the welfare of Nigerian orphans based on her past actions and compassionate nature. Dr. Edu’s dedication and passion for helping those in need make her a shining example of what it means to be a good mother figure to Nigerian orphans, regardless of her official title or position”