It’s a Historic Moment: Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru Hails 35% FG’s Affirmative Action

APC Senate Aspirant and Gender Equality Advocate, Princess Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru Declares Nigeria’s 35% Affirmative Action a Historic Moment For Women To Rise, Run and Win

In response to a recent ruling in Federal High Court Abuja that declared it an obligation for Nigerian Government to implement 35% affirmative action for women in government appointive positions, Princess

Princess Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru, a Senate Aspirant for Ogun Central is calling on women to harken to this historic moment and rise, run and win.

“It is time to bridge the inequality gap, if you have what it takes to contribute to greater Nigeria, rise up boldly, run courageously and do all it takes to win. Our children must live in a developed Nigeria. Our Children must have the highest quality education in Nigerian

schools. We must have policies that unite and move us forward. We must have stable electricity, infrastructural developments, clean environments, good food and good healthcare. 2023 elections will be historical, change must come, Nigeria will be great and we must achieve greatness together.” The Senate Aspirant declared

Majekodunmi-Oniru also stated that the 35% affirmative action should effectively apply to both appointive and elective positions. “Political parties must seek out the best women leaders and support them in attaining appointive and elective positions. Every qualified and capable citizen that expresses interest in government leadership deserves a fair chance but women candidates should be given priority in the nomination

process in order to bridge the decades-long inequality gap. The affirmative action should also increase overtime from 35% to 50%; after all, women constitute half of our population and greater equality means greater progress which means greater Nigeria.”

Majekodunmi-Oniru additionally appreciated the decision of the APC party to significantly reduce nomination fees for women and congratulated Governor of Ogun State,

Prince Dapo Abiodun for signing the executive order for 35% women representation in government and politics. As a woman, Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru’s chances of representing Ogun Central in the Senate are very high considering the mandatory 35% Affirmative Action.

Princess Olatorera Majekodunmi-Oniru is running for Senate representing Ogun State Central Senatorial District. Over the years, she has been an ardent Investor, Entrepreneur and 21st Century Business Development Expert passionate about all things Africa.

With over 16 years of

in finance, technology, global trade and consulting, she is dedicated towards a greater Africa and is incorruptible about increasing the standard of living with no citizen left behind.

Olatorera Oniru has a scholarship-based Master of Business Administration

(MBA) degree from Emory University and Executive Leadership Certificates from Stockholm School of Economics Sweden and International Institute for Management.

Development (IMD) Switzerland. She is a Candidate of Harvard University’s John F Kennedy School of Government Women & Power Program.

She serves as Independent Board Member, Keynote Speaker, TV Judge, Expert.

Advisor et al to partner companies and institutions. She is most passionate about Nigeria’s Development, Progressive Innovation, Ethical Governance and Happy People.

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