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In a remarkable move towards fostering economic growth and sustainability, the First Lady of Taraba, Mrs Agyin Kefas, proudly announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Solar Sisters Nigeria, a distinguished solar entrepreneurship organization. The collaborative effort is geared towards empowering women entrepreneurs throughout the three senatorial zones of Taraba State, leveraging the transformative potential of clean energy.

The MoU signals a commitment to harnessing clean energy as a catalyst for economic empowerment, emphasizing the pivotal role of women in driving sustainable development. Mrs. Agyin expressed her enthusiasm for the partnership, highlighting its potential to create positive change and foster economic resilience across the state.

In parallel, she engaged in fruitful discussions with the Taraba AIDS Control Agency (TACA) and the National Human Rights Commission, marking a strategic move towards reinforcing existing collaborations. The collective aim is to combat HIV/AIDS in Taraba and champion the protection of human rights throughout the state. The First Lady emphasized the importance of unity in addressing these pressing issues and expressed confidence in the positive outcomes that collaboration can yield.

These partnerships underscore a shared commitment to progress, empowerment, and the overall well-being of the Taraba community. [Wife’s Name] expresses excitement about the positive impact these initiatives are poised to make, reinforcing her dedication to advancing the state’s socio-economic landscape.