By John Kayode
APC Young Women Progressive Forum has held a meeting with international partners to discuss the experiences of marginalised groups and young women in the political space.
The president of the Group, Seun Bosede Osamaye disclosed that the discussion was to identify critical areas affecting women participation in politics and governance.
Osamaye further revealed that salient questions were raised and workable solutions proffered on how to significantly increase the participation of young women in politics and their inclusion in critical areas of governance.
She used the opportunity to seek partnership for the group’s upcoming programme of Young Women For Tinubu/Shettima as a sure way to increase participation of women at the grassroots.
“We are on a journey to ensure young women take their rightful place in politics and governance. Our age is just a number and not a prerequisite to limit us” She said
She expressed gratitude to the APC national women leader, Dr. Betta Edu for the nomination and for creating opportunities for young women to excel.