Foundation calls for involvement in ten million women march for peace, others

The Founder of Lady of Africa Empowerment and Advocacy Foundation, Princess Oluwabukola Fasuyi, has called on women across the country to join forces with the Foundation’s 10Million Women March to move Nigeria and Africa forward.

Making this known in a statement personally signed by her, Fasuyi, who argued that some women are born to win, some are born to build; some are born to speak out while some are born to be silent but work underground for the good of their immediate family and constituencies, stated that, “This, of course, does not preclude the fact that some women have lived subservient lives, some have endured failure; some have suffered deprivation, sexual violence and exploitation, slavery, even physical and emotional abuse.

“In the midst of all these, one thing binds us all – our womanhood and humanity. And this is why we, as women, must all stand together as one and make a statement.

“Today, l stand with all of our dear African queens around the globe for this 10Million Woman March to create a better world for us. When we create a voice, we create a life, we fight for a better future for our generation and generations to come.

“The March is slated for October 1, 2022, to be coordinated from five divisions in Lagos, namely: Lagos Island, Lagos Mainland. Ikorodu, Epe, Alimosho and Badagry.

“The same process will be replicated across the divisions in the 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory.”

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