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Ex NBA president’s wife laid to rest

Family pledges to continue her legacies 

As the remains of late Mrs. Ranti Daudu, wife of former President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), JB Daudu (SAN), was laid to rest at the weekend, her family has pledged to continue the legacies she built and left behind while she was alive.

The family assured the less privileged and physically challenged children under the care of her NGO not to be afraid as they will keep enjoying the benefits of their mother’s kind gesture.

Addressing journalists shortly after laying their mother to rest in Kaduna, the first child, Paul Babatunde Daudu, said his mother has touched so many lives in the society and the family she left behind will continue to reach out? to more people to fulfil her dreams.

According to him, “we have met with some of the children she is taking care of and trust me, it is our passion to continue. God has decided to take her at this time, her legacies by the grace of God will endure.

“We will try our best to continue her work and her ministry in helping those less fortunate and physically challenged children. So All Children Charity International Foundation (ACCIF) will continue beyond her existence.

“She was a woman of substance, a voice of the voiceless, mother to the motherless, she believed in the physically challenged and that they have ability in their disability. She did not impact only us her children, but she also touched the lives of as many that had contact with her,” Babatunde added.

Ranti Abosede Daudu died July 6 after a brief illness. She is survived by six children. Until her death, she was the founder and Executive Director, ACCIF, a Non Governmental Organisation, passionate about the needs of the specially challenged persons and the underprivileged in the society, especially children.

Earlier in his tribute, the husband described her as a loving mother who showered her family with motherly affection.

“You were passionate about education and together we gave our children the best education in the world,” he said.

Source: Abdulgafar Alabelewe

The Nation

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