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NDC SALUTES GHANAIAN WOMEN ON INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR WOMEN

For immediate release

08-03-2017

NDC SALUTES GHANAIAN WOMEN ON INTERNATIONAL  DAY FOR WOMEN

The National Executive of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) wishes to congratulate women of the NDC, Ghanaian Women, African Women and Women all over the World on the occasion of the celebration of International Womens Day. This Day has been set aside to highlight the achievements of women and also to note their steps towards achieving full integration in society.

The NDC is particularly proud of its milestones in championing the rise of women in politics and leadership in Ghana. We believe this rise has been an enabling factor in giving women the necessary impetus to make their voices heard at all levels, access their legal rights, and provide the necessary framework for girl children to be given equal opportunities to take their equal place in society.

The harsh reality however is that much remains to be done but the GOOD NEWS is that with the celebration of International Womens Day we are brought closer to the fulfillment of complete gender equality. The theme# We must be bold for change is particularly apt. Change must happen in leadership, trafficking, migration, education, leadership; we must tear down barriers to full gender equality all over the world. Congratulations to all women for the positive strides so far attained.

#Be Bold for Change.

Signed

Hon. Johnson Asiedu Nketiah

General Secretary

 

 

ahotoronline.com|Ghana

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