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Governor Sanwo-olu reveals that Queen Elizabeth II was obedient


The late Queen Elizabeth II will be remembered for doing her duty and improving lives throughout the entire commonwealth, according to Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Sanwo-Olu made this comment on the eve of the Queen’s memorial ceremony, which took place at the Deputy British High Commissioner’s house in Ikoyi on Wednesday.

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He claimed that the queen treated the populace with respect and was modest.

“The queen led a life of humility, dignity, and a great deal of grace since she was exceedingly obedient in everything she did during her years of service.

“I’ve never met the queen in person, but from a distance, you can see a woman of grace who created connections and changed lives throughout the Commonwealth.

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“After handing over to more than 15 prime ministers and traveling to more than 117 nations, including Nigeria, she made the UK government stronger and larger than it is now.

“I don’t think we would get a monarch like her since it would be hard for future queens and kings to match her qualifications,”

He spoke.

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The governor stated, “The king has enormous shoes to fill, and I wish him the very best,” and said that it would be challenging to have another queen in this generation, according to NAN.


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