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In Nigeria, politics can be very dangerous and in fact, only those who dare, enter the lion’s den.
It can be said that the women who marry politicians are a special breed of females. With power comes more responsibility and beyond the glam that comes with being a first lady is the pressure to lead other women and to build society.
It is why the office of a first lady is no joke. It demands that one be heartfully beautiful, naturally elegant and possess
Here are four of the most beautiful wives of Nigerian politicians.
1. Precious Fani-Kayode
Blessed with skin as tender and as white as snow, Precious Fani-Kayode is the fairest of them all.
Not only does she possess the beauty that can dissolve conflict and even help end wars, she is super brilliant and has an impressive resume to prove that a woman can indeed be blessed with beauty and brains.
Married to former aviation minister and witty politician, Femi Fani-Kayode, 30-year-old Precious is a mother of four and still looks like a slice of heaven.
A crowned beauty queen, in 2007, Precious emerged first runner-up in the Prettiest Girl Nigeria contest.
In 2014, she was voted online to represent Nigeria at Miss United Nations Pageants in Jamaica, she won the World title beating contestants from other parts of the world Snowhite as she calls herself speaks French fluently.
2. Aisha Bello Matawalle
Mrs Aisha Matawalle is the wife of Zamfara state governor and is an epitome of beauty.
In what appears to have been a stroke of luck, her husband was sworn in as the governor of the state and rather than seat back and relax, the gorgeous Aisha swung into action and started making a difference.
With her effortlessly sweet face, she boasts being a successful philanthropist and a humanitarian and her media presence shows that she is passionate about women and children.
They say to change the world, it is important to invest in women and children. With that, Mrs Matawalle is on the right path to ensuring that life is better for the people of her state.
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My interview yesterday…………..Wife of Zamfara State governor, Hajiya A’sha Matawalle, has declared her resolve to tackle street begging, especially by women, in the state. Mrs Matawalle made this known on Saturday while briefing journalists in Gusau on her pet project, focusing on “Girl-Child Education.” “I will ensure that my office as the first lady of the state works closely with that of my husband’s, the executive governor so that we can find ways of empowering the women. READ ALSO: Give us Naira Marley’s transaction history, EFCC tells Mastercard, Visa “This measure will surely bring to the barest minimum the number of female street beggars, and it will also boost school enrollment among young girls since the parents will be supported,” she said. A’sha said that she had a blueprint under the girl-child project that would encourage the girls to go to school. “Happily, my husband has already declared free education and health care services for women and children, and l believe this is the right step in the right direction in saving our womenfolk, especially the rural dwellers,” she said. The governor’s wife assured the people that the new Peoples Democratic Party-led administration would not disappoint them. She appealed to the people in the state to continue to pray for the administration’s success. (NAN)
3. Rashida Yahaya Bello
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I give all the glory to God almighty, the most beneficent and merciful for the grace of yet another glorious year. Yesteryears were beautiful and remarkable to be modest, which is an assurance that the years ahead will be exceedingly outstanding by his grace. I couldn't have pulled through without God and the blessings of human assets around me. First to my Pillar of strength and the love of my life; His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello, "Ovam" and also to everyone who has been one thing or the other to me in the course of time. As to the responsibilities and the commitments I have given myself to, this is yet another opportunity to do more insha Allah . It is therefore a sincere privilege of yet another birthday as I dedicate this day to God and to the weak, Abused, homeless, widows,aged, Motherless, people with special needs and Children.🥰❤️❤️❤️#gratefulheart
With the face of a goddess and a heart of gold, Hajia Rashida Yahaya Bello is one woman whose presence can light up a room.
Having successfully given part of herself to actively serving the people of Kogi state, her union with the governor is one that has resulted in progress especially for women and young children.
At the core of every woman is a humanitarian and Rashida tapped into her potential even before she became the first lady.
Her beauty, pose, elegance are all pointers to the kind of queen that she is. A queen we definitely stan!
4. Lara Fortes Oshiomhole
Married to the former governor of Edo state and current APC chairman, Adams Oshiomole, Lara, has found herself a long way from home but has overcome with resilience, beauty and a strong personality.
Born to a Cape Verdean father and a Nigerian mother, Fortes is the perfect blend of the kind of beauty that gods adore.
Lara has worked as a lawyer, an airline hostess and even modelled, all of which played a role in preparing her for the position of first lady and the leaders of women and girls.
Fortes easily proves that beauty, class and elegance can reside in an individual in the right proportions.