Honorable Abike Dabiri, the chairperson overseeing Nigerians in the diaspora, expressed her genuine enthusiasm at the chance to connect with Dr. Taiye Ayoola-Adedeji during a sideline event at the 78th United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York, USA.
Dr. Ayoola-Adedeji, a pharmacist and the author of “The Yoruba Sound Book For Children,” received praise from Hon. Dabiri for her unwavering commitment to preserving and promoting Nigerian culture and language. Hon.
Dabiri stated, “I commended her for the continuous work being done to preserve and promote Nigerian culture and language through her innovative book and the cultural education she provides to the Nigerian community in the diaspora.”
This heartwarming interaction took place at the Business, Trade, and Investment Summit, where Ayoola-Adedeji’s innovative book and tireless cultural education initiatives within the Nigerian diaspora community were acknowledged for their significant contributions to cultural awareness and heritage preservation.
Beyond her cultural efforts, Hon. Dabiri plays a crucial role as a champion for Nigerians living abroad. She actively seeks to elevate individuals like Taiye Ayoola-Adedeji, who make invaluable contributions to Nigeria’s economy and cultural heritage.
In a reciprocal gesture, Ayoola-Adedeji took the opportunity to extend warm congratulations to Nigeria on the occasion of its 63rd Independence Day celebration, emphasizing the importance of such moments in celebrating the nation’s progress and achievements.