Nigeria @60: Kaduna female lawyer harps on helping the poor
A Zaria-based female philanthropist and legal practitioner, Aisha Ahmad Muhammad has urged the wealthy and privileged members of the society to lend helping hand to the poor and the downtrodden in the society.
Barrister Aisha who made the call on the occasion of Nigeria’s 60 years of Independence Anniversary celebration, in an interview with Politics Today, explained that the world would be a better place if the privileged ones makes sacrifice for the upkeep of the poor ones, “especially the girlchid, who is expected to be a mother tomorrow”.
She also urges Nigerians to use the anniversary celebrations for sober reflections on how best to contribute to national development and make Nigeria greater in the comity of nations.
Commenting further in the independence anniversary, she said the event is also a reminder to all Nigerians to demonstrate their love to their fatherland by doing whatever they could, to “move the nation forward economically , socially and politically”.
In another reminder on her verified social media handles, the female lawyer said: “On this national celebration day, we should feel proud of being a part of Nigeria. Let us rejoice in happiness and indulge in celebrations…..”
Turning to the efforts of the nation’s founding fathers she declared: “Saluting them who made it possible, who made Nigeria stand high and mighty…from struggle to freedom; to progress, Nigeria moves forward.”
She also prayed that “the Nigerian green
flag always fly higher”, while wishing the nation the best form of advancement as it marks yet another year of Independence.