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Sanwo-Olu’s wife urges women, youths’ active participation in National Confab

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The wife of Lagos State Governor, Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, has urged women and youths to participate actively in this year’s national women’s conference, saying the conference is specifically designed to influence participants for positive outcomes in society.

Dr Sanwo-Olu gave the charge at the weekend while leading members of the Committee of Wives of Lagos State Officials (COWLSO) on a road walk, an awareness campaign held at Epe Division, as part of Pre-Conference activities for the 23rd National Women’s Conference scheduled to hold from 17th – 19th October 2023 in Lagos.

She emphasised that this year’s conference themed “Unleash your Potentials” is a platform that brings together women from all walks of life to learn and share knowledge on topical issues affecting women in society, noting that this forum will further educate and inform them to be better ambassadors in their various communities.

According to her, “We have various distinguished facilitators and personalities coming to talk to our women on issues such as empowerment, food security, education, family, lifestyle, cyber-security, utilising technology, among other critical topics”.

Mrs. Sanwo-Olu who also led members of COWLSO on a courtesy visit to a former First Lady and Matriarch of the Otedola family, Lady Doja Otedola encouraged the youth to maximize the virtual platform as it is more convenient for them to access technology in a bid to gain from the wealth of knowledge proposed for the Conference.

At her residence, Lady Otedola appreciated the timely visit of the team, acknowledging that the Conference initiated by COWLSO over the years has continued to emancipate and advocate for women, proffering lasting solutions to various issues confronting them.

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