The AfriWomen sensitize communities especially women against vote-buy and other forms of vices ahead of the 2023 general elections.
In her explanation, the AfriWomen founder Mrs. Oso, explained that this became imperative following the unveiling of the reviewed regulations and guidelines for the conduct of general elections, with the coming into force of the Electoral Act 2022.
Adebukola Oso, our founder at the Sabo Centre.
Bodija Centre Sensitization.
Mrs Yerokun, the representative speaker from Foworogun.
Speaking to the representatives from across their adult literacy and skills centers, Adebukola Oso the founder of the AfriWomen enjoins women to campaign to everyone in their communities and spheres of influence to shun double or multiple registration in the ongoing Continuous Voters Registration (CVR).
The AfriWomen and representatives at the Oje Centre.
Oso reminded women that they custodians of communities and influencers in their families. Therefore, they should use this opportunity to also sensitize and attract Nigerian youths to register and get their voters’ cards. Secondly, for youths to exercise their civic responsibility as well as casting their votes for the people who will rescue and rebuild the country.
The AfriWomen is urging all youth and women to come out in masses to pick up their PVCs and those who have not registered to take advantage of the window now available by INEC to register and collect their PVCs.