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Female Journalists Felicitate with Anambra Women on Int’l Womens’ Day


National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ), Anambra State chapter has rejoiced with men in the state as they celebrate the 2023 International Womens’ Day.

Chairman of the Association in Anambra State, Mrs Franklyn Onyekachi in a press statement she personally signed, refered to Anambra women as enterprising, resilient, hard working, resourceful and epitome of love and unity to families.

Part of the press release read: “NAWOJ Anambra urges you to keep the positive energy towards creating a better environment for all especially our children.

“We call on the state government to devise more result yielding measures at ensuring Women’s development and empowerment.

“We congratulate all the women who won in the just concluded National Assembly elections and charge them to perform creditably and make us proud.

“We urge those who lost the election to accept defeat gallantly as there is always tomorrow. We also wish all the women contesting for the State Assembly election success in their different constituencies.

“We also use the opportunity of today’s celebration to call for an end to all forms of Gender Based Violence especially violence against women and girls even as we stress the need for an inclusive society where everyone is carried along.
God bless Anambra women.”

The theme for this year’s celebration; DigitALL: Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality the group said places a demand on all women to embrace technology in order to better their lives.

By Ifeizu Joe

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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