The Zamfara All Progressives Congress (APC) Women’s Professional Council has said it will empower 5,000 women to support Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s presidential ambition.
The council’s state coordinator, Dr. Barira Bagobiri made the revelation while addressing some APC women who received her in Gusau on Friday.
Bagobiri’s pledge came shortly after the inauguration of the National and State Executives of the Council in Abuja.
According to her, the Abuja event sparked many deliberations on efforts to help women make their contribution to building democracy in the country.
She said the meeting also evolved in various ways for women to gain political and economic opportunities with a Bola Ahmed Tinubu presidency.
“We believe with APC, we believe with the leaders of APC in the country, we have confidence in the presidential candidacy of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
“We believe his candidacy is capable of taking the country to the next level,” Bagobiri said.
The coordinator said the council will soon open training for 5,000 women across the 14 LGAs in the state in various skills to empower them.
“This is in line with our mission to support our party’s presidential candidate, National Leader and former Governor of Lagos State, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
“It also aligns with our gubernatorial candidate, Governor Bello Muhammed for a second term and all APC candidates in the state and country at large ahead of the 2023 general election.
“We will organize a door-to-door campaign to ensure the success of the candidates for the presidency and the office of governor of Tinubu/Matawall 2023”, explained the coordinator.
“Our mission is to ensure complete victory for Tinubu to be the next President of Nigeria and Governor Matawall to be the Governor of Zamfara State for the second term.
Bagobiri council said the council will soon embark on a house-to-house campaign on voter education for sensitive women across the state.
“The voter education campaign aims to educate women on how to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to exercise their civic rights in the 2023 general election and beyond,” she said. added. (NOPE)