Mrs. Buhari also dedicated the proceeds from the sale of the books to be used to empower the mothers of the Chibok girls.
Mrs Buhari said the book is a result of extensive years of research into the subject of beauty and wellness.
She said “My natural passion for beauty and fashion developed the unique interest to work, teach and mentor young ones on beauty and fashion.
“In my over 10 years in beauty industry, l have trained, mentored and empowered hundreds of young Nigerians in different areas such as facial, skin and body care.”
The first lady also dedicated the proceeds from the sale of the books to be used to empower the mothers of the Chibok girls.
Mrs Buhari said “It is on this note, l’m dedicating this event and the proceeds from the sales of the books to be used to empower the mothers of the Chibok girls.
“Others are Buni Yadi boys murdered in their sleep in 2014 as well as support the malnourished children in the different Internally Displaced Persons camps and other children in such situation across the country.
“As a mother, my heart is always with the parents of these children; I bear their pains and belief that this is one of the efforts to console them.
“The parents of these children brought to this event to witness this event is an indication that at individual level a lot can be done to alleviate their hardship.’’
The first lady also expressed her desire for the book to be used by the National Board for Technical Education, Vocational Enterprise Institute to train students.
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