From Abel Leonard, Lafia
In a stirring tribute to the resilient women of Nasarawa State, wife of Former Director General, National Orientation Agency, NOA. Mrs. Amina Omeri commemorates International Women’s Day under the theme “Inspire Inclusion.”
In a statement sent to Daily Sun on Friday,  She emphasizes the profound contributions of Nasarawa women, whose unwavering strength and determination have shaped communities locally and internationally.
Highlighting the challenges faced by Nasarawa women, Amina notes their remarkable ability to adapt and innovate, navigating economic shifts while promoting cultural values and community development. From bustling markets to professional realms, Nasarawa women exemplify quiet yet formidable power, driving progress and fostering unity.
Omeri underscores the urgent need for investment in women’s empowerment, especially during times of economic uncertainty. She emphasizes the importance of providing access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities to uplift individual lives and catalyze societal progress.
Quoting Amina Omeri, she states, “Nasarawa women are not just beneficiaries of investment; they are catalysts for transformative change. By amplifying their voices and championing their causes, we create an enabling environment where every woman can thrive.”
She however dedicated the tribute  to notable Nasarawa women, including Dr. Halima Doma, Dr. Hauwau Mainoma, Dr. Comfort Adokwe, Mrs. Martina Ibrahim Shuaibu, Mrs. Elizabeth Ogabo mni,
Senator Patricia N. Akwashiki, Hajiya Halima Ubangari, Mrs. Zainab Abdulmumuni, Mrs. Phoebe Ayenaje, Hajiya Iman Suleiman, Hajiya Lantana Ahmed, Late Dr. Fatima Othman, Late Mrs. Rebecca Umaru, and The Unknown Woman of Nasarawa.
Daily Sun reports that as Nasarawa celebrates the resilience of its women, Amina Omeri calls for a renewed commitment to their empowerment, harnessing the power of diversity and inclusion to accelerate progress and realize the nation’s full potential.