600 women groups to storm Abuja for Bello | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

600 women groups to storm Abuja for Bello | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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1/18/2022 7:49:00 AM

600 women groups to storm Abuja for Bello | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

About 600 women groups, from different parts of the country, will, next week, converge on Abuja for a solidarity walk for Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State .

The solidarity walk tagged ‘One Million Women March for GYB’ is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25, 2022.Operating under the auspices of Women United for Yahaya Bello (WUYABEL), the groups, including non-governmental organisations, civil society organisations, religious, professional bodies, market women as well as entrepreneurs, will storm Abuja to drum support for the governor, especially as the nation prepares for the 2023 general election.

According to the organisers, the women groups, having come to the conclusion that the nation requires one with pedigree, youthfulness and capacity to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, have taken it upon themselves to collectively canvass support for Governor Bello, who they said had demonstrated ability to resolve myriad challenges confronting Nigeria.

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Let them be there to vote for you!! I pity my kogi people. No salary for civil servants. Participants to collect their money in full before going to Abuja. Once rally finishes in Abuja, you are on your own. Ta-ta-ta Rubbish! They no get work This man want to become senator only 600 votes guaranteed! We move!

Imagine No be only storm...if they like, they should rain and tsunami together... Kogi state..... I weep Lo'ri ego, owo, money. Nothing goes for nothing. What do the women know about the the person that rented them for show of shame. They are being used by the desperate politicians. Hope they will not half-naked walk.

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This one that doesn't know what he is doing He can do better They shall no return if na to endorse this useless man. 😂 lie lie. Paid women abi

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Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello. Photo/KINGLEYFANWO The solidarity walk tagged ‘One Million Women March for GYB’ is scheduled for Tuesday, January 25, 2022. Operating under the auspices of Women United for Yahaya Bello (WUYABEL), the groups, including non-governmental organisations, civil society organisations, religious, professional bodies, market women as well as entrepreneurs, will storm Abuja to drum support for the governor, especially as the nation prepares for the 2023 general election. According to the organisers, the women groups, having come to the conclusion that the nation requires one with pedigree, youthfulness and capacity to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, have taken it upon themselves to collectively canvass support for Governor Bello, who they said had demonstrated ability to resolve myriad challenges confronting Nigeria. The Global Coordinator of WUYABEL, Dr. Hanatu Adeeko, stated that the gathering would be the first of its kind “especially now that the political stage is almost set.” Bello, as governor, has redefined governance in Kogi with sterling and verifiable performance, especially in the areas of women and youth empowerment, poverty alleviation programmes, massive infrastructure, and health care delivery among others, the women stressed. Dr. Adeeko, a physician, added: “He has empowered and supported women to grow. No state in Nigeria has given more positions to women than Kogi. Sincerely, the state is getting it right in critical areas. We want to encourage other governors to walk the talk by standing with the governor that has made us proud. “Governor Bello must know that once he has women on his side, he can go to sleep. We believe in his capacity and will make it happen. This will be the first in a long while that women, on their own, will come together in their numbers to speak with one voice.” The organisers further expressed optimism that Bello’s presidency would usher in a breath of fresh air, while asking Nigerians from all walks of life to support the project, as it would be “a clear departure from the old order.” In this article