“You’ve Brought Hope and Touched the Lives of Many Positively” – Hon. Ibrahim Hails RTA

By: Joshua Adinoyi



The Minister of State for FCT, Dr. Ramatu Tijani Aliyu (RTA), has been described as a fellow that has brought hope to the hopeless.

Special Assistant to the Minister on Primary Healthcare, Hon. Ibrahim Muhammad, stated this while congratulating the Minister on her 3rd year in Office.

Hon. Muhammed said the Minister since her assumption of Office has been impacting the lives of others positively, pointing out that her tenure has as well helped revive trust of the citizens in government.

The SA explained described her as a blessing to the present generation, stressing that her 3 years in Office has been eventful as she been receiving accolades from all quarters in appreciation for her service to humanity and the growth of the Nation.

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“Being one of the Ministers’ appointed by President Buhari Buhari, the Honourable Minister of State for FCT, Dr. Ramatu Tijani Aliyu (RTA) has been a strong pillar of support to Nigerians

“Her 3 years in Office has been super eventful and her impact is unquantifiable because she has touched the lives of many positively nationwide

“Dr. Ramatu Tijani Aliyu has brought hope to the hopeless, in the health, Agriculture, education, among other sectors, she has been doing excellently well

“It is verifiable that during her tenure, the Primary Healthcare is rated the best so far in the Country within 2019-2021

“This is what we are talking about, the Minister has taste for the best and she’s not relenting in her efforts

The vulnerable ones, orphans, poorest of the poor, people at the grassroots, mention them, she has been there for them and we know, she will do more in the days ahead” he said.


Hon. Ibrahim Muhammed, while wishing the Minister a successful completion of her tenure, enjoined her to sustain her good gesture towards humanity and the development of Communities, State, and the Country at large.


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