It was celebration galore at the on-going National Delegate Conference of the National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) in Osun State, as Comrade Abdrafiu A. Adeniji emerged as the president of the association for the second time.
Tripple A, as he is popularly called by his nurses, will pilot the affairs of the group for another term of four years, with his vice Musa Mamman.
Meanwhile, scores of his fans have expressed their delights over his second term victory, describing it as a well deserved honour.Their felicitations which were contained on the Facebook Page of the Lagos State FOLGONM Chairman, Mrs Lateef Yusuf MaryAdeniji’s read in parts:
Adekanbi Afusat Atoyebi CONGRATULATIONS SIR
Kudirat Akeju Congratulations my dear brother
Alicebukola Oyeniran congrats may God grant you wisdom and understanding to represent us well
Temitope Obayendo A big congrats to our Amiable President of NANNM
Adebisi Mary Congratulations Mr A A Adeniji. More power to your elbow
Oluwatoyin Odukoya Congratulations sir. Grace and define wisdom to direct us IJN
Odunaye Odueke Adefunke Yeaaaaaaahhhhh…………. Good!!! Congratulations my Chairman. May God Almighty grant you wisdom & understanding to comprehend n direct NANNM affairs In Sha ALLAH, amen.
G-R-E-A-T; G-R-E-A-T; G-R-E-A-T NURSES…..!!!!!!!
Kunle Emmanuel Congratulations sir.
Olufunmilayo Odufejo Congratulations my president,may Almighty Allah Continues to direct you amino
Olubisi Aderoba Great nurses congratulations
Adeola Morolake Omotola Congratulations to the new NANNM President.
Olufunke Olatunji Congratulations my president may Almighty God grant you more wisdom to move the nursing profession to greater heights amen
Nkereuwem Emah May the Almighty grant him the needed wisdom and willingness to lead NANNM to an enviable height. We extend our congratulations to him on this renewed mandate. Kudos.
Megogunkuade MrsEsan Congratulations. I hope some women are part of the executive sha
Olayinka Awopegba Olusuyi Great nurses . Great congrats presido. Love u loads . Long time saw u last at kaduna public health nurses conference 2000