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UBA Named Headline Sponsor of “The Mothers-Day TV Show 2023,” Sanwo-Olu, Ita-Giwa, Miriam Onuoha, Semenitari, and Other Confirmed Guests

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UBA Named Headline Sponsor of “The Mothers-Day TV Show 2023,” Sanwo-Olu, Ita-Giwa, Miriam Onuoha, Semenitari, and Other Confirmed Guests

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Media Industries Concept, the producers of “The Mother’s Day TV Show,” has announced United Bank for Africa (UBA) as the headline sponsor of the 2023 edition of the program. The event, scheduled to be held on Sunday, May 14, 2023, will feature notable women and mothers in Nigeria who will come together to celebrate motherhood, women’s growth, and the challenges that widows face in society.

Women Helping Women Grow

 

The theme of this year’s program is “Women Helping Women Grow,” and it promises to be a remarkable event, highlighting the importance of women’s empowerment and supporting the plight of widows in Nigeria. The program will be live on Lagos State Television, LTV on terrestrial, DSTV channel 276, and GOTV channel 90.

 

 

Special guests expected at the event include the First Lady of Lagos State, Dr. Mrs. Ibijoke Claudiana Sanwo-Olu, Distinguished Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, member of the House of Representatives and frontline contender for the position of Speaker of the House of Reps, Miriam Onuoha, former Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Mrs. Ibim Semenitari, Commissioner for Women Affairs & Poverty Alleviation in Lagos State, Bolaji Dada, Commissioner for Wealth Creation and Employment in Lagos, Otunba Chief Mrs. Yetunde Arobieke, the Executive Chairman of Ikosi-Isheri Local Council Development Area, LCDA, Princess Samiat Abolanle Bada, the Chairman of the Quincy Healthcare, Quincy Ayodele and other notable guests.

Notable Nollywood actors and mothers, including Gloria Anozie-Young, Ngozi Nwosu, Grace Ama, Thelma Chukwunwem, Obey Etok Chima, Chidi Ihezie Okafor, Maimuna Yahaya-Abaji, Maureen Solomon-Okereke, and Ronnie Dikko-Kila, joined the legendary ARA, the first female talking drummer in Africa, on stage to open and close the show.

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