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Women on the Rise in African Politics

DAKAR— Africa now has three female heads of state, after Catherine Samba-Panza of the Central African Republic took office in January. Though women leaders remain the exception in African politics, activists say things are looking up. Women are breaking into the “boys club” of the African presidency. Liberian President Ellen...
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AFRICAN WOMEN LEADERS

Leaders Through The Ages Women have played important roles in community since the beginning of time. The innate tendency that women have for nurturing and taking care of their own render them loyal citizens of their various communities. As a result, women readily contribute towards the development of their communities,...
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African women making progress in battle for equal rights

Though sexual discrimination remains widespread in Africa, a study of 34 countries reveals growing support for women’s rights There was the Ugandan minister who defended raping girls as “natural”, echoing a similar attitude among Nigerian lawmakers. In Somalia, a court sentenced an alleged rape victim to jail without bringing the...
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Mo Abudu, Gov Uduaghan, John Momoh, Dayo Israel and others join GLEEHD Delegation to Commonwealth Day Service with HM Queen Elizabeth

09th March 2015 – UK. Mo Abudu, Gov Uduaghan, John Momoh, Dayo Israeland others join GLEEHD Delegation to Commonwealth Day Service with HM Queen Elizabeth. Africa’s Media Queen Mo Abudu was one of the eminent personalities on the GLEEHD Foundation’s Eminent African Personalities delegation to the 2015 Commonwealth Day Observance Service at the Westminster Abbey. The...
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A Better World, Run by Women

Male biology has brought the world war, corruption and scandal. Women are poised to lead us to a better By MELVIN KONNER Hillary Clinton seems to be preparing to run for president, and the former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina may yet enter the race on the Republican side. Whoever wins the White House...
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