Sunday, June 8, 2014

RIP to an Icon

I was honored to meet the great Dora during our Ariel factory opening in Ibadan. She was blown away by our product demonstration that she asked for a picture with the 'P&G capable women'. Few days later, we went to pay an official ' thank you' visit and she promptly autographed the picture. Sheer coincidence, it was my birthday- 26/9/06. The good ones may not last long, but the impact they have on the world lasts forever. Sleep on Mama D.

Ehiz


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  1. So true to your concluding lines. Dora's good works will always be remembered in the history of our country and the world at large.

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  2. Very true. "The good ones may not last long..." Interestingly, I didn't hear much about NAFDAC until she became the DG - and haven't heard much since she left. May her soul rest in peace.

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    1. I agree.....she was NAFDAC! Unfortunately we don't have enough people like her who would have maintained the momentum after she left NAFDAC. RIP Aunty Dora.

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