Over the years, women have clamored for a fair share of representation in leadership positions in the country. Though the positions occupied by the men outnumber that of the women, it is quite encouraging that the voices of women are being heard.
Tinubu’s former 47-man list had only nine women, a statistic that meant only 19.1 percent of nominees were women.
Recent decision takes the ministerial nominees to 48, nine women and 39 men. This figure means for every one female nominee, there are at least four male counterparts.
Watch this episode of Engendered with Chidinma Ufomadu, Victoria Agbi and Adaora Sydney-Jack Executive Director Gender Advocacy Group, Gender Strategy Advancement International ( GSAI )