2nd Term: Appoint More Women in Sensitive Positions, NCWS Tells Akeredolu, Congratulates Okonjo Iweala

18 February, 2021

The leadership of the National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) in Ondo State has appealed to the governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Akeredolu to appoint more women in sensitive positions as he begins his second term in office.

Governor Akeredolu is said to had appointed more women to position of authority in his administration when compared to past governments in the state. Like Oliver Twist, NCWS wants more appointments with more responsibilities.

The State President of the association, Pastor Mrs Jumoke Aborode thanked the governor for patronising women during his first term, asking for more commitment by the time he will be inaugurating the state executive in his second term.

Pastor Aborode commended the giant strides of the governor in the last four years of his administration, noting that the governor achievements transcend all the nook and cranny of the state.

While congratulating the governor for his forthcoming inauguration, he tasked him not to relent in appointing more women of calibre into his cabinet.

” We shall appreciate it if Mr Governor would appoint women in prestigious position, saddle with more responsibilities. Women were found to be doing well in any position they find themselves. We are always unique and provide quality leadership”.

She commended the prompt response of the governor to security matters in the state, adding that the quit order of the governor was a right steps taken to rid the state of kidnappers masquerading as herdsmen in the forest.

Pastor Aborode also congratulated Dr Okonjo Iweala for her new position as the Managing Director of World Trade Organization (WTO), noting that women in the country are going places and representing the country well.

She charged all the women in the state to always put in their best in their chosen career, saying women in Ondo State are the next to be celebrated.

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