IWD 2020: MMS WoFHoF empowers over 300 women, seeks enforcement of laws against gender discrimination
grants even as it admonished Nigerian women to push for enforcement of the numerous laws which kick against gender discrimination in Nigeria and Africa.
nevertheless the menace persists across several sectors of the nation’s economy, including governance.
Mrs. Henrietta Yakubu, Mrs. Sarat Braimah, Mrs. Stella Romaine, Mrs. Bridget Gold, Mrs. Rejoice Ndudinachi, Mrs. Princess Chi Ezeh, Mrs. Felicia Agubata.
Women Affairs, Dame Pauline Tallen will be the Special Guest of Honour, while the Minister of Transportation, Hon. Rotimi Amaechi will be the Chief Guest of Honour.
inequality with preparedness in self-actualization and empowerment in career, education and entrepreneurship.
Economic Forum (WEF) recent report,” he said.
still there and at MMS WoFHoF Initiative, we would remain resolute in the bid to close this gap”, he said.
several years of campaigns and initiatives. Gender bias exists in every aspect of our society, from the family to religion; work place to politics,” he lamented.
the average working woman make less money than an average working man in the same qualification,” he asserted.