NAWOJ Mourns the Passing of a Champion: Hajiya Lami Lau, NCWS President, Laid to Rest

NAWOJ Mourns the Passing of a Champion: Hajiya Lami Lau, NCWS President, Laid to Rest
The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) is in mourning as it bids farewell to a remarkable woman, Hajiya Lami Adamu Lau, the National President of the National Council of Women Societies (NCWS). Her passing on June 5th, 2024, has left a gaping hole in the lives of many, and her death is widely regarded as a great loss to the nation.

Hajiya Lami was a trailblazer, a true champion of women's rights, and a dedicated advocate for their empowerment. Throughout her life, she worked tirelessly to uplift and support women across the country, mobilizing and educating them on various skills to enhance their productivity and contributions to society.

As a strong and courageous leader, Hajiya Lami inspired countless women to strive for excellence and never give up on their dreams. Her legacy is a testament to her unwavering commitment to the advancement of women's causes, and her impact will be felt for generations to come.

NAWOJ, in a statement signed by its National Chairperson, Aisha Ibrahim, and National Secretary, Wasilah Ladan, expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the late Hajiya Lami, describing her as a hero and champion of the lives of many. The association prayed for the repose of her soul and sought divine strength for her family to bear the irreparable loss.

As the body of the late Hajiya Lami is laid to rest according to Islamic rites, NAWOJ and indeed the entire nation will continue to celebrate her life and legacy, drawing inspiration from her unwavering dedication to the cause of women's empowerment. May her soul rest in peace, and may her memory continue to inspire generations to come.

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