Education is described as the bedrock of the nation. Princess Folami M. Abiola, said this at the launching of her book today in Abuja.
Princess Folami is the Founder Treasure Empowerment Foundation, public speaker, mentorship coach and Author of many books.
According to her, the book “Dark Horizon,”addresses some societal issues in the society. This includes: girl child education, maternal mortality, causes of insecurity, consequences and way forward.
She stressed that “late President Umaru Musa Yaradua advocated for Primary Healthcare Development Centres across the 6 geopolitical zones and 774 local government areas in Nigeria to reduce maternal mortality in the country. Though the dream was not actualize; there is urgent need to reduce maternal mortality in Nigeria especially in the North Central.”
Abiola who said that she schooled in the North also said Northerners are hospitable, peaceful and loving. While lamenting on the level of insecurity and prays God intervene.
In her contribution, Hajiya Aisha Abdullahi Hudu, the President of United Women for Peace, applauded the effort of the author Princess Abiola for writing such a great book. She said that the book will educate the reader to learn ways of tackling insecurity, and maternal mortality in Nigeria.
She charged all hands to be on deck in curbing insecurity in the country. While hoping for Divine intervention from God.
Participants at the occasion includes: Sen. Ahmed Mekarfi, represented by Muhammad Ajenifuja, Hon. Hadiza Mohammed, National Director Women Affairs, PDP, Prof Inna Abdulrahman, represented by Hauwa Satumare, Juliet Michael, former National Secretary, National Council for Women Society and Host of others.