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Keep Your Promise Of 35% Affirmative Action For Women

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A Former Presidential Aspirant of the Social Democratic party, Mrs
Cesnabmihilo Nuhu has called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to keep to his campaign promises of the 35% affirmative action of women appointments in his cabinet.

Mrs. Nuhu made the call while featuring on “Politics Today” a Kapital FM current Affairs programme in Abuja.

Speaking on gender Inclusiveness in Nigerian Politics, Mrs. Nuhu who stressed that women have the capacity to build a better nation promised to continue to Advocate for women’s inclusiveness in the nation’s Politics and appointments.

Mrs Nuhu further explained that lack of funds hinder women’s participation in Politics adding that women are builders and better managers of resources.

“We should all canvass for gender inclusion so everyone can have an equal and fair chance at representation,”

“We need more communal change on how individuals feel about women’s participation.” she stressed.

Women do not have the resources to fund their campaigns that is why the male folks ousted them out during electioneering” she emphasized.

When women are included in the scheme of things there will be good management of the nation’s resources and a better nation” Mrs. Nuhu added.

Mrs. Nuhu who described women as a gentle specie stressed that If women are not in politics then they cannot raise money and if they cannot raise money, then they cannot be in politics.

On his part another guest on the programme, A former Fct Senatorial aspirant, Elder Emmanuel Ejodame in his contribution called for gender balance in the nation’s constitution that will create an enabling environment for both gender in building a viable and progressive nation.

Politicking is a game of madness during electioneering and only those who are ready for the madness scale through by winning” he noted.

Elder Ejodame called for a legislation that will give both gender a sense of belonging to build a better nation.

Mon Georgina Humphrey, Edited By Grace Namiji

Written by: Bukky Alabi

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