NNN: The Gender and Election Watch (GEW), an initiative of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund (NWTF), says it has deployed personnel to observe women’s participation in Saturday’s Ekiti gubernatorial election.
This is contained in a statement by Mufuliat Fijabi, Chief Executive Officer, GEW, on Friday in Abuja.
Fijabi said that the intention was to appraise the participation of women during the election.
“The GEW, an initiative of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund and a member of the Nigerian Civil Society Situation room is in Ekiti to observe the governorship election scheduled for Saturday from a gender angle.
” This strategic initiative has been put in place to gather information and carryout analysis about women’s participation in the Ekiti election in comparison to men.
“To this end NWTF GEW has deployed accr
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