First Lady Oluremi Commends First Nigerian Female Graduate of UK’s Royal Military Academy

The First Lady of Nigeria, Oluremi Tinubu, extended a warm welcome to 2nd Lieutenant Princess Oluchukwu Owowoh on Monday, celebrating her historic achievement as the first Nigerian female graduate of the prestigious Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (RMAS) in the United Kingdom.
At just 24 years old, Owowoh made history as one of the 135 officer cadets to graduate during RMAS’ sovereign’s parade in London on April 12, marking a significant milestone in her military career and Nigeria’s history.
Senator Tinubu received Owowoh at the State House, where she lauded the young officer’s exceptional accomplishment as both outstanding and divinely inspired.
The First Lady commended the Nigerian Army for providing opportunities for women to excel in the military and urged the nation’s youth to emulate Owowoh’s exemplary character.
In recognition of Owowoh’s remarkable feat, Senator Tinubu recommended her for a national award and encouraged her superiors to support her advocacy efforts aimed at inspiring and empowering youth across the country.
Prior to her meeting with Senator Tinubu, Owowoh was accompanied by Major General John Ochai, the Commandant of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA).
Earlier, the NDA Commandant Maj Gen John Ochai had said that Owowoh’s outstanding performance, marks history amidst countries like India, Pakistan, Qatar, UK, Canada, Australia and others, who brought their best to be trained in that institution where she succeeded.
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