Obubra Widows Association Honours C’River First Lady on her 60th Birthday

The Obubra Local Government Widows Association extended heartfelt birthday wishes to Reverend Mrs. Eyoanwan Bassey Edet Otu, the First Lady of Cross River State, on her 60th birthday.
 Led by Mr. Maurice Ikora, the association’s patron, members of the Obubra Local Government Widows Association conveyed their warm regards to Reverend Mrs. Otu on her special day, celebrating her as a quintessential lady and a mother figure to all in the South-South geopolitical zone.
The felicitation, delivered in a letter addressed to the  First Lady, commended her exemplary leadership, compassion, and accessibility. Mr. Ikora expressed profound gratitude for the gracious reception extended by Reverend Mrs. Otu during a recent visit to her Calabar residence. Despite the unscheduled nature of the visit, Reverend Mrs. Otu welcomed the widows with open arms, blessing them with food, drinks, and monetary support.
Highlighting Reverend Mrs. Otu’s exceptional qualities, Mr. Ikora emphasized her passion, care, love, and understanding, which have deeply resonated with the members of the association. He pledged unwavering support and prayers for the continued happiness, prosperity, good health, and joy of the First Lady and her family.
The birthday felicitation underscored the unity and camaraderie shared among the widows of Obubra Local Government Area, who joined Reverend Mrs. Otu’s family, well-wishers, friends, church members, and government officials in extending warm wishes for her birthday and many more years of blessings.
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