Dolapo Osinbajo

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Dolapo Osinbajo

Dolapo Osinbajo, née Soyode (born 16 July 1967) is a Nigerian lawyer and political figure. As the wife of the Vice President of Nigeria Yemi Osinbajo, she has been the Second Lady of Nigeria since 29 May, 2015.

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  • “When a girl is educated, she can read and write, she is aware of the law, and knows love. When a girl is educated, she is aware of her potential; she can read about Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala of the World Trade Organisation.”
    • [1] Dolapo Osinbajo stated this in her address at the two-day MALLPAI Foundation 2021 Literacy Day with the theme: ‘Promoting Literacy for Better Education in Nigeria’ in Abuja
  • “Imagine if Stella Adedavor, a medical doctor, and Nana Asamoah, a poet, were never educated.”
    • [2] Dolapo Osinbajo stated this in her address at the two-day MALLPAI Foundation 2021 Literacy Day with the theme: ‘Promoting Literacy for Better Education in Nigeria’ in Abuja
  • Let us all be our brother’s keeper, whenever we notice an abuse, let us speak out, let us all stand up to help the victims of abuse and stand up to eradicate it in our communities.
    • [3] Dolapo Osinbajo in her message to out of school girls
  • Our girls are precious and should be handled with care
    • [4] Dolapo Osinbajo in her message to out of school girls
  • Empowering a woman means empowering a nation, I advise that you all add value to your homes
    • [5] Dolapo Osinbajo in her message to out of school girls
  • Don’t deceive yourself to think that politics will produce all the answers. What is going to bring a change in this season are women who are way ahead of their political happening but key into the spirit to hear what God is saying and they obey those illogical instructions
    • [6] Dolapo Osinbajo during the Arise Women Confrence in 2015
  • I think we should spare a thought and pray that it is also the set time for those who have the home and the children but have no food and no money
    • [7] Dolapo Osinbajo during the Arise Women Confrence in 2015
  • Women should be seen as custodians of a prosperous Nigeria, and must be given priority in the scheme of things, especially in decision-making

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