June 9, 2023
Women, girl-child right worth promoting -Mrs. Fintiri Hajiya Lami Umaru Fintir

Women, girl-child right worth promoting -Mrs. Fintiri

From Joseph Asegba, Yola

The wife of Adamawa State governor, Hajiya Lami Umaru Fintiri has stressed the need for women leaders to expedite action on promoting the right and dignity of women and girl child against the society.

Hajiya Fintiri made the advocacy while speaking to the 227 ward and local government area women at Banquette Hall, Government House Yola, recently where she charged the women to be good ambassadors of their own cause.

According to her, the role of women in sustainable development and peace cannot be achieved if they will not promote the rights of women and girl child against all forms of abuse in the society.

She restated her commitment to women, children and vulnerable groups in the state through her peace project ‘Fresh Air Profile Empowerment Foundation’  with cash donations and also providing skills acquisition training in the Central and Northern zones in  the state.

Mrs. Fintiri therefore urged the women to maintain all guidelines of COVID-19 through social distancing, hand washing with soap on water and the constant use of hand sanitizers and the use of facemask.

Speaking earlier, the state Commissioner for Education and Human Capital, Hon. Wulbina Jackson said educating women is the best way to end injustice against them, thanking the wife of the governor for organising the meeting, commending her for finding the courage to stand for the right cause.

Also, a member representing Demsa Constituency in the state Assembly, Hon. Kate Raymond Mamuno, applauded the efforts of Mrs. Fintiri of being instrumental to the VAPP bill and child Act law that if implemented, would bring change to the women folk in the state.

On her part, the state Women leader, Group Captain Altine thanked the first lady, promising to mobilize the women in support for the progress of the party at any giving time needed.

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