Tinubu’s daughter, Folasade, gives herself title of ‘The First Daughter Federal Republic of Nigeria’ 

The Iyaloja-General of Lagos, Folasade Tinubu-Ojo, has given herself the title of ‘The First Daughter of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (FRN).


Tinubu-Ojo is the daughter of President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.


She inherited the Iyaloja-General (market leader) title from her deceased grandmother, Alhaja Abibatu Mogaji.


After her father’s inauguration as the 16th President of Nigeria, the Iyaloja-General changed her Twitter bio to read: “The First Daughter of the FRN (Federal Republic of Nigeria.)


Tinubu’s inauguration automatically confers the first lady title on his wife and his family as the first family of the country. But the Iyaloja-General appears to be the the first to address herself with the title of ‘The First Daughter of FRN.’


The iyaloja also floated a non-governmental organisation known as ‘Friends of Iyaloja Initiative’, through which she says she will support her father’s administration.

“Friends of Iyaloja Initiative (FoI) unveiled today,” she tweeted.


“I have decided to use my little wealth of experience, connections and human resources available to me to support my dad’s administration.


“FoI shall be focusing on: youth and women empowerment. Empowering people with special needs. Empowering the vulnerable and several other programs aimed at affecting the lives of Nigerians; especially, those in the grassroots.


“We shall be in partnership with other notable NGOs with track records of excellence in the key areas. We shall also seek collaborations with several governmental agencies, ministries and parastatals created to serve Nigerians in areas that pertain to our operational cycle.


“I can boldly say again that our youths, women and the vulnerable shall be attended to by this administration. I will fight for this cause and I believe that God Almighty shall crown our efforts with unprecedented success,” she added.




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