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Serena Williams Features in New Mothers Day Campaign by SECRET



Tennis champion Serena Williams is featured in the new Mom Strong campaign by Secret deodorant alongside Olympic Gold medalist Swim Cash. The Secret campaign highlights how women are mothering in all kinds of different, challenging and unprecedented ways right now, saluting all the moms, grandmothers, sisters, aunts mentors, and mother figures who have been the role models and support systems helping navigate their families through the current crisis.

In the campaign, Williams says, “For the moms who taught us never sweat our critics,. To every woman who has had a child, lost a child, adopted a child, raised a child, or raised one up, you teach us what not to sweat so we can show the world our strength”.

The brand is also hosting a give back. For every Secret e-card shared between now and May 17th, Secret will donate a stick of deodorant to frontline healthcare workers and individuals – donating up to 50,000 units through Feeding America, an organization that provides food to people in need through a nationwide network of food banks.
Serena has often credited the role of her mother, Oracene Williams, in her success. She has returned to the courts after giving birth to her first child, Olympia. She has highlighted the issues related to working mothers in recent times calling all working moms her superheroes.

38 year old Williams is currently ranked No. 9 in the world and is chasing the record held by Margaret Court for the most number of Grand Slam singles titles in history. Serena has 23, one shy of Court’s record of 24 Slams.

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End SARS: Details of Ooni’s meeting with Obasanjo emerge



Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife, on Monday hosted Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigeria’s former President, with an appeal to the End SARS protesters across Nigeria to retreat.

Ooni, while receiving Obasanjo at his Ile Oodua Palace, Ile-Ife, described the End SARS protests as a clear message by the Nigerian youth to the government.

He also urged the youths to give the government the chance to attend to their demands fully.

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The royal father said, “If you look at the End SARS protest, you’ll see that our youths have what it takes to rule the country.

“Since day one, they’ve shown leadership, accountability and a huge sense of responsibility which has sent a clear message to the government.

“Every day at 11:50 pm, they displayed their financial update, and to me, I am highly amazed by their sense of accountability.

“As a youth leader myself, I’m proud that we all have communicated our ideas, and it’s heartwarming that we’ve been heard.

“Dear youths, it’s time to retreat so as to prevent those with ulterior motives from hijacking the peaceful message of peace.

“The whole world is aware of our peaceful conduct, and we must not let some bad elements tarnish this enviable integrity.

“Once again, I wish to urge our youths to stop the protest, for now and give peace a chance. This will prevent the government from using force.”

Speaking earlier, NAN reports that Obasanjo described the EndSARS protest as the product of an extensive agitation by the Nigerian youth that needed to be attended to by the government.

He said: “More than 65 percent of our population are under the ages of 18 and 30; they aren’t only struggling to acquire education, they’re also aspiring for the best that life can offer them.

“Some of them did not even get educated, while those who are educated are getting frustrated because of lack of opportunities. We must realize that the lid on the boiling steam would’ve to be removed.

But, I believe that there are windows of opportunity which the government can explore to show that it cares about the people’s welfare, especially the youth, as the father of the country and particularly, as the father of the youth.

“Fortunately, the President has children, and he knows how youths behave.

“I believe that the opportunities can still be taken to let the youth know that he, as a father, understands their plight and that his government understands their plight and he’s ready to make life better for them.”

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