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Civil Society Group Honors Evelyn Ogah, Ganagana, Others With Notable Women In Leadership Award



A Pan African Organization, Save the Girl Child Advocacy Africa, yesterday awarded women whose commitment to women affairs and girl child empowerment in the society remains unwavering.

The women included the Provost of the Delta State College of Science and Health Technology Ofuoma, Dr. Mrs Augustina Erah, Dr. Mrs. Evelyn Ogah, Madam Ebiere Ganagana, Elizabeth Ekwerekwu Esq, Bishop Dr. Alice Nwogwonuwe and Rev. Mrs. Edith Obuks.

The award which took place during the Save the Girl Child Advocacy Africa Annual African Girl Child Awareness at the Delta State College of Science and Health Technology, Ofuoma Ughelli, with the theme ‘BUILDING BRIDGES: Empowering Girls for a Brighter Tomorrow’; talked about taking reflective actions and building the ability to identify exactly what needs to be the focus in creating a brighter tomorrow for the girl child.

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In an opening remark by the Directorate-General for the Organization, Ambassador Fidelis Onakpoma, said the organization was deeply concerned about the broad forces of nature and nurture, and the interplay between them particularly in the life of a girl child.

He maintained that the Annual African Girl Child Awareness Conference is a sensitization program organized to reach out to youths particularly females in tertiary institutions about the contradictory factors complicating the participation of the girl-child in leadership, empowering them for a brighter future.

The awardees were urged to uphold their unrelenting efforts paving ways for women’s leadership and girl child empowerment.


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