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Top ally to Tinubu, Toyin is dead

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Toyin Badmus, the President of the Asiwaju Women Cooperative Society (AWCS) and a prominent supporter of President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu, passed away on Sunday morning in an undisclosed hospital in Abuja.

The 62-year-old was coronated as the Iyaloja and Iyalode of Abuja in 2020.

According to a close aide of the businesswoman and a politician, Badmus suffered a heart attack and was rushed to the hospital, where she later passed away.

Her death has come as a shock to her colleagues and supporters in the All Progressives Congress National Women Lobby Group.

Badmus was a fierce advocate for women’s rights and a staunch supporter of Tinubu’s candidacy in the February 25 presidential election.

She played a pivotal role in mobilizing women across the country to vote for the President-elect.

As the President of the AWCS, she championed initiatives to empower women through entrepreneurship and economic development.

Under her leadership, the cooperative society provided training and support to women in various sectors, including agriculture, fashion, and healthcare.

Her contributions to the advancement of women’s rights and economic development in Nigeria have been widely recognized.

In 2020, she was coronated as the Iyaloja and Iyalode of Abuja, a position traditionally held by women who have made significant contributions to society.

The news of Badmus’ passing has elicited condolences from across the political spectrum. President-elect Tinubu expressed his condolences in a statement, describing her as “a fearless and passionate advocate for women’s rights and a true champion of economic empowerment.”

This article was updated 1 month ago


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