Behind every successful man there is a woman, (a strong woman at that). Despite the under participation of women in politics, the role of the governors’ wives cannot be over emphasized. They are the supportive pillar for their husband – the governor, mother at home, also they are the role models for younger ones and they also take up several tasks in the community.
Amidst all these responsibilities, while it might be difficult to stay up to date with style and look good; even those without much responsibility find it difficult to keep up with fashion and style but the governors’ wives still manage to keep up with style.
It’s all about women of valor whom after fulfilling their obligation to all the people around never forget that they are women and their looks should be on their priority list as well. Here are the most stylish Nigerian governors’ wives
Lara Fortes Oshiomole (Edo)
The light skinned beauty is a former model and air hostess who hails originally from Cape Verde, governor Oshiomole have eyes for beautiful things. She is the first lady of Edo state, she got married to governor Oshiomole five years after the passing of his former wife, Clara. She looks good without trying too hard.
Rashida Bello (Kogi)
Mrs Rashida Bello is the beautiful wife of the governor of Kogi state, Alhaji Yahaya Bello. She has passion for development and cares for less privileged, she started a project with the aim to empower women. She has tried and is still trying to impact lives.
Olufunso Amosun (Ogun)
Mrs Funso Amosun is the wife of the governor of Ogun state. The mother of five has a university degree from Obafemi Awolowo university and a master’s degree in guidance and counselling from the prestigious university of Lagos. If she looks this beautiful now, i wonder how beautiful she looked at her youthful age and above all, she is superbly stylish.
Bolanle Patience Ambode (Lagos)
Mrs Bolanle Ambode is the wife of the governor of Lagos state. The first lady was born in the year 1964 and attended St. Theresa’s College, Ibadan, Oyo, for her secondary school and Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, Lagos, where she graduated in Physics/Mathematics for her first degree in 1989 and later Masters degree (MSc) in Public Administration in 1994. This mother of twins owns a bakery and is creative when it comes to food.
Badaru Abubakar (Jigawa)
Mrs Badaru Abubakar is the elegant first lady of Jigawa state. Talk about a beautiful, good looking, and stylish woman- she’s got it
Justice Eberechi Nyeson-Wike (Rivers)
First lady of Rivers State, Eberechi Nyeson-Wike has a Masters degree in Law from the University of Sussex, United Kingdom. Despite the huge responsibility that she is entrusted with she still enjoys doing her wifely roles, enjoys travelling, reading and listening to music and above all manages to stay stylish.
Hadiza El Rufai (Kaduna)
Hajia Hadiza Elrufai studied architecture in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. She runs a successful architectural firm due to her interest in architecture. She is very supportive of her husband political career and she does everything she can to support him.
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