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Titilayomi Ahmadu Commends Kwara Governor Over 50% Women Inclusion in Cabinet

In her speech at the 2024 International Women’s Day, organized by W.O.R.K.S in Lagos recently, Ahmadu, said the Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum has shown a laudable example that should be followed by other governors in Nigeria.

Titilayomi Ahmadu Commends Kwara Governor Over 50% Women Inclusion in Cabinet

The founder, Women Organization of Resources, Knowledge and Skills (W.O.R.K.S), Mrs Titilayomi Ahmadu, has commended the Kwara State governor, Abdrahaman Abdrazaq, for appointing more women in his cabinet, thereby giving them opportunity to contribute to decision making in the State.

In her speech at the 2024 International Women’s Day, organized by W.O.R.K.S in Lagos recently, Ahmadu, said the Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum has shown a laudable example that should be followed by other governors in Nigeria.

”Our shout out at W.O.R.K.S this year goes to the Executive Governor of Kwara State and Chairman, Nigeria Governors’ Forum, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq MON, for showing a great example by COUNTING IN women in his cabinet. He is our HE for SHE for IWD2024.

“Thank you Your Excellency. Thank you for making women over 50% of your decision making structure. This shall be counted for you as righteousness and you will not lose your reward. Amen.”

She added that her organization, which was founded to empower women and girl child would continue to build their strength, skills and knowledge for the society to be strong.

Titilayomi emphasized the relevance of inspiring inclusion among women by training and mentoring them to promote positive values that will transmit to the future and the society at large.

“As we in W.O.R.K.S continue to build women so that our society can be great and strong, we join other women this year to celebrate ourselves.

“At W.O.R.K.S, we are intentional about transforming the women in our community by sharpening their skills & talents, by impacting knowledge through mentoring and by helping them to make their own money.

“For this reason, we stand with other women to inspire inclusion by developing role models and creating positive values that can be passed on to future generations. We train, we mentor, we care, we empower at W.O.R.K.S.

“We are aware that we cannot do this alone. We therefore call on every woman with the same vision and every man with a woman’s tender and motherly heart to join us,” she appealed.