2023: APC National Women Leader, Dr Betta Edu supported by her Deputy Hajia Zainab Ibrahim Mobilises thousands of Women From across the country for APC Presidential Candidate Tinubu



APC women went agog as women gathered from all over the country to meet with their leader and Presidential Candidate Tinubu after the unveiling of his VP candidate Sen Shettima.


National women leader of the All Progressives Congress APC, Dr. Betta Edu, yesterday mobilised women leaders across the country in support of the Presidential candidate of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Dr Betta stated that women across the 36 States of the federation are being massively mobilised to ensure the success of the APC in the forthcoming 2023 presidential election. She noted that a structure has been set up to take the message  from door to door until everyone is reached and convinced to vote for a candidate who has an unbeatable track record of performance and women main streaming.


She restated the readiness and commitment of women to the emergence of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the president of the country. She also assured the presidential flagbearer of mobilising women to deliver more than forty million votes for the APC in the 2023 presidential election. 


In his response, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu appreciated APC Women for the visit and extolled the virtues and leadership qualities of the national woman leader, Dr Betta Edu especially her dedication and commitment to the success of the party. He expressed joy at the love and commitment of the women to deliver the elections noting that success is assured with the full backing he is receiving from the women across the nation.


In attendance were The Deputy National women Leader Hajia Zainab Ibrahim, the Minister Of state for FCT, Dr Ramatu Tijani Aliyu, Deputy,

Members of National Assembly,

Senator Grace bent Hon. Kadijat Abubakar, Hon Akande Sadipe, Hon Vilita Asabe, DG Women Development Center Hon Iman Ibrahim Suleman DG Refugee commission , Hon Ginika Tor Hon Princess Akobundu, DG Nepad, former Deputy Governors, House of Rep members, Zonal Women Leaders and state women Leaders from the 36 states of rhe federation as well as key women stakeholders in the party.

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