2023; Ebonyi APC Assures of Greater Committment To Gender Inclusiveness In Governance

By Celestine Okeh, Abakaliki

The ruling All Progressives Congress APC, in Ebonyi State on Tuesday,  reiterated its readiness towards ensuring greater inclusiveness of women participation in political process in the state.

The state Chairman of the party, Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha revealed this during the launching of a sensitization program aimed at educating party members and the masses on the place of PVC in the 2023 general elections, tagged "Ebonyi women let's do it again" organised by the women wing of the APC held at the secretariat in Abakaliki.
The State APC chairman noted that the pivotal roles of women in politics cannot be overemphasized hence, the need to give them more opportunities to participate in the political process.

Chief Stanley Okoro Emegha Commended the state woman leader of the party, Mrs Queendaline Nwigwe and other women leaders drawn from the 171 Electoral wards, 13 local government areas for coming up with such impactful program, urging  them to embark on door to door aggressive sensitization campaign which will help to educate the masses on the need to get their PVCs and support the ruling party to win the forthcoming general elections convincingly. 
Chief Emegha noted that although APC is a party that prioritizes the welfare of every citizen, committed members must be rewarded in due time. 

"I am deeply impressed by the turnout of these women leaders of our party who are very enthusiastic of winning the general elections next year. You can not undermine the strength of women. They are fervent and have shown enough resilience to this course". 
Mrs Queendaline Nwigwe, Ebonyi APC woman leader

"I'm charging them to continue to work to promote our party, her candidates and Governor David Umahi who has through his unprecedented achievements made the campaign very easy for all of us. We have a reward system that has already factored their needs into the programs and policies of the government". 

The State Woman Leader Mrs Queendaline Nwigwe said the essence of meeting was to brainstorm on the party's progress and  appreciate their stakehlolders especially the Governor and his wife for their benevolence to women and children in the state. 
The women leaders were educated on several issues including grassroot mobilisation with the charges to domesticate in parts of the state.

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