- Titi said she wants to become the first Yoruba woman to be Nigeria’s first lady since 1999.
- Speaking further, she said her husband will unify the country if elected president, adding that insurgency will become a thing of the past.
Titi said this in an interview with BBC Yoruba aired on Tuesday, January 24, 2023.
The presidential candidate’s wife who hailed from Ilesha, a town in Osun state in the interview asked Yoruba people to support her husband’s candidacy.
Titi also said she will not stop her humanitarian work if her husband is elected president on February 25.
She said her organisation — Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF) — sponsored the bill that led to the establishment of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) in 2003.
“Since the inception of the civilian government in 1999, no Yoruba person has become the first lady of the country. I want to be the first Yoruba woman,”.
“I want Yoruba people to support the candidacy of Atiku. Atiku’s victory will make me the first lady of the country.” Titi said in Yoruba
Speaking further, she said her husband will unify the country if elected president, adding that insurgency will become a thing of the past.