“He Is The Champion Of Women!”-Women For Goodluck As They Gather For Solidarity March For President Jonathan

January 24, 2015 1:11 pm
The supporters walking through the Ojuelegba axis in Surulere
Women from various states of the including Ondo, Oyo, and Ogun
 gathered on Friday 24th January 2015, at the National Stadium in
Surulere, Lagos, to show support for the and
endorse me for the next four years.
The women, consisting of different age groups from various walks of
life, assembled to cheer on President Jonathan whom they say has
performed fantastically well in the last four years.

The event started with a walk from Jibowu, down to various parts of
Surulere, and ended at the stadium, which was jam-packed with women and
other Goodluck supporters.
A novelty match was  played between women from various states, after
which various representatives of the women groups gave good testimonies
about the work of President Jonathan and why they support him to run for
another four years.
One women who spoke on behalf of her group said women feel safe been
governed by President Goodluck Jonathan and are sure that he will bring
peace and progress to Nigeria, despite the Boko Haram insurgency. The
woman said given more time, the President will put an end to he Boko
haram menace.

Another woman leader, said she sees the President as a ‘champion for Women’, as he is the first President bold enough to appoint over 30% women to strategic positions in his cabinet.

The women also added among other good testimonies that President
Jonathan is always quick to respond to the plight of women, and for this
and more, he has their full support.

The women were no doubt very proud of President Goodluck and what he has
achieved so far and believe that he will do more given the chance.
See more photos  from the event below.
Cross section of some of the women from
The Walk: A large number of women from
various walks of life yesterday took to the streets of Lagos to show
their support for President Jonathan.
The group as the approached the national stadium after walking through various roads in Surulere

 

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