List Of Top 5 Pretty State First Ladies In Nigeria
Nigerian Governors are men of high taste. But 5 of them stand out especially as regards their taste for beautiful women.
When they are not governing or politicking as the case maybe, they are in the company of their beautiful wives in their serene and secured Government houses.
Howng.com has compiled a list of 5 State First Ladies who despite their status will make heads of young men turn again and again. Read below:
1. Hajiya Nafisat Yuguda (Bauchi): In her late 20s, Nafisat can compete with world renowned models any-day or anytime. Her infectious smile will make any young man stare at her face all day. The daughter of Late President Umaru Musa Yar’adua, definitely took after her mother, Nigeria’s former First Lady, Hajiya Turai Yar’adua, in the beauty department.
2. Mrs. Florence Ajimobi (Oyo): The 55-year old half Nigerian, half Lebanese, Oyo State First Lady, is a head-turner any-day. Her glowing skin, carriage and beautiful smile stands her out at any function. No doubt, her Lebanese roots contributed to her dazzling beauty.
3. Mrs. Judith Amaechi (Rivers): 44-year old Judith could easily pass for a 30-year old.The mother of 3 boys is gifted with a natural pink lips that compliments her good looks. This ageless goddess is no doubt what makes Governor Rotimi Amaechi tick.
4. Mrs. Victoria Obiano (Anambra): Standing at over 6″ft, Mrs. Obiano can compete with her husband’s political associate and Nigeria’s former beauty queen, who is now an Ambassador, Bianca Ojukwu, in the beauty department. Her imposing figure and carriage makes her the cynosure of all eyes at events.
5.Mrs. Olufunso Amosun (Ogun): If you are looking for the perfect description of an ebony-skinned lady, look no further. Mrs. Amosun fits the bill. Her beauty is natural, clean and indeed African. The 48-year old mother of five is a head-stunner any-day.
It is important to note that apart from their obvious good looks, these women are also very hardworking in their capacities as First Ladies and their achievements are well-documented in the public domain.