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The wife of the Governor of Anambra State, Mrs Nonye Soludo has asked mothers to refocus on bringing the best out of their children by being the right reflection of morality and hard work.
Mrs Soludo who made the appeal in a message to commemorate the 2022 Mothers’ Sunday of the Catholic Church, explained that as co-builders of the home, mothers have a great deal to cover in terms of what their children learn from them and their associations.
According to the Governor’s wife, “as a mother of six successful children, I understand, first hand, the immense task of raising a child that remains conscious of what is right or wrong. Of his or her society, moral expectations, and how to react to issues around them. Mothers have an enormous duty to mould the best children that society can pride itself on”.
Mrs Soludo went further to explain that mothers, and women, generally, must rise up to the growing calls for a morally-guided society, stating that she has taken the first step by making known her desire to harmonize all Anambra women’s voices and help drive the gender vision of her husband’s administration.
“Also, being there for all Anambra women, as well as children and the less privileged, is part of my supportive role towards my husband, Professor Chukwuma Soludo. There is a basic need that we attend to in our quest for productive governance that involves majorly the female gender. My husband has shown the zeal to work on all loopholes, and I’ll be there to support him, ” she stated.
While wishing all Catholic mothers, as well as all Anambra mothers a joyous celebration, the Governor’s wife urged them to continue to pray for the state, knowing that the journey to a livable and prosperous homeland could also be achieved through prayers.
This post was written by Obiajulu Joel Nwolu.
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