Welcome to LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF NIGERIA

ABOUT US

League Of Women Voters of Nigeria or "THE LEAGUE" for short is a voluntary, non-sectarian, non-profit association that does not discriminate against any woman in terms of race, nationality, colour or religion

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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF NIGERIA NILOWV

OUR HISTORY

The League was founded after meeting with some members of American League Of Women Voters at the Berlin World Conference / forum in 1995 and was registered in 1998.

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Empowering Women Politically and Economically.
Defending Women's Right.....

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Our Activities

The league constantly arranges,informative, and enligtenment activities across the country for its members and the general public through seminars, workshops, and conferences

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Aims / Objectives

The league is committed to attract to herself all females from the age 18years and above so as to enlighten and educate them on their civic rights and duties within the context of our present day Nigeia and beyond

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Membership

Membership is open to all women in nigeria provided you are above the age of 18.There are several categories of members with varying levels of commitment, obligations and privileges...

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The women in the 8th Assembly

Just seven out of the 109 legislators who will serve in the 8th National Assembly are ladies. Four of the female representatives were chosen on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) while three are individuals from the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The PDP senators-elect are Stella Oduah (Anambra North), Uche Ekwunife (Anambra Central), Rose Oko (Cross River North) and Fatimat Raji-Rasaki (Ekiti Central).

Those chosen on APC platform are Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central) and Binta Garba (Adamawa North) and Monsurat Jumoke Sunmonu (Oyo Central), who is the immediate past speaker of the Oyo State House of Assembly.



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Northern Nigerian Women Initiative (NNWI)

  • Created: 3rd March 2018
  • Madu

Northern Nigerian Women Initiative (NNWI) donates relief materials to IDPs in Dong Village, Bassa L.G.A, Plateau State
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Nigerian Women celebrate International women's day.

  • Created: 8th Mar 2018
  • Madu

Nigerians on Wednesday joined the rest of the world to celebrate 2018 International Women’s Day with many sharing messages with the hashtag #IWD2018 and ‘Press For Progress’ as the theme.
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Congratulations to one of our own, Professor Mabel Osakwe

  • Created: 3rd March 2018
  • Madu

Congratulations to one of our own, Professor Mabel Osakwe as she celebrates 40 years of wedlock with her husband, Prof Emman Osakwe
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The League congratulates one of their own, Dr Chidinma Uwajumogu

  • Created: 3rd March 2018
  • Madu

The League congratulates one of their own, Dr Chidinma Uwajumogu on the successful traditional wedding ceremony of her daughter, Kechi, at Egbu, Owerri, Imo
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League of Women Voters Advocates State Police.

  • Created: 12th April 2018
  • Esther

League of Women Voters Advocates State Police.
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Nigerian Culture Repressive To Women — Hon Adeyemi

  • Created: 17th April 2018
  • Esther

Honourable Janet Adeyemi, President, Women in Mining, has lamented that the Nigerian culture,,
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The League Song


Have you heard that you should vote for our women  -2ce

For they are caring and reliable

They are efficient and accountable

They will help us make nigeria great

So vote for our women

They will never, never let us down

So vote for our women

All my life i will work for women   -2ce

I will speak out boldly

For the right of all women

I will never, never turn my back

To the problem of women

I will never, never turn my back

To the problem of women