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IWD :Nigerian Women Are Untapped Resources -Judith Amaechi

International Women's Day

by True Blue Reporters

As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to commemorate the 2022 International women’s day, wife of the minister for transportation Dame Judith Amaechi says Nigerian women are untapped resources required for rapid national development.

Judith Amaechi in a statement signed by Her media aide Dr. Dike Bekwele, said Nigerian women stand tall in their endeavours globally and contribute immensely to the growth, unity and national integration.

She added that despite yearly advocacy and celebration of women , women still go through a lot of discrimination and gender biases, adding that such inhuman treatment limits the potential of the woman.

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Mrs Amaechi stated that Nigerian women are nation builders and urge stakeholders to address proactively issues affecting women without bias and devoid of politics.

According to her, Gender equity is key , mainstreaming gender issue is paramount , we must rise up to support each other because women are the future that beckons

Dame Amaechi eulogies the virtues of Nigerian women for their valuable contribution to national development and call on the government to be intentional about its welfarism policy on the Nigerian woman.

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True Blue Reporters recalls that March 8th is marked globally as the International women day to celebrate women in both paid and unpaid venture as well as advance advocacy on the plight of the women globally.

It is also a period set aside to emphasize on the importance of women in nation building and to imbibe in women the culture of societal building.

True Blue Reporters reports that in the ages in Africa, women were restricted to the kitchen, farming and all that. A situation which made many women believed that their only value in the society was to serve their husband in the kitchen, bear children and take care of the children at home, until in recent times when awareness about the importance of women in society building began.

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