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Meet The First Black Woman In Irish Politics - Mrs Yemi Adenuga.

Oluwayemi "Yemi" Adenuga (née Solaru) is a politician, community activist, and supporter of social justice causes from Nigeria and Ireland. She was elected to the Meath County Council in May 2019, making history as the country's first elected black woman public officer. In addition, she started mentorship programs for girls and young people, appeared on Gogglebox Ireland, and worked as a radio and TV broadcaster.

The topic of enhancing bilateral ties with Nigeria was discussed in more detail in an interview with H.E. Mr. Peter Ryan and Mrs. Yemi Adenuga that aired today on Arise News Tv.

The first black Irish woman to be elected to office in Irish politics, Mrs. Yemi Adenuga, and Ireland's ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. Mr. Peter Ryan.

She discussed how Nigerians or the Nigerian community are prospering in Ireland as part of the interview.

A Nigerian is the fastest Irishman in track and field competition.

A Nigerian is the fastest Irish woman in track and field.

Nigerian woman named Mrs. Ireland 2022

Nigerian politician is the first black woman in Irish politics.

Nigerians are doing incredibly well in the tech and healthcare industries, as well as during COVID.

Nigerians are actively assisting in many ways to support them on the ground.

Mrs. Yemi Adenuga serves as a migrant councilor on the Meath County Council.

She also spoke on the need of developing close ties within the community and of giving back to the community.

Her encouraging message in reference to the upcoming governorship elections was that Nigerians should completely rethink their leaders' manifestos and instead learn the values that drive them in order to improve Nigeria and to train the next generation of leaders. to assist others and adopt a different perspective, which results in seeing things differently."

Nigerians are resilient, great, and good people," she said.

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