Zamfara State Governor’s spouse, Hajiya Aisha Bello Matawalle has urged women-workers to be dedicated to combating gender-based violence throughout the mainstream civil service.
Aisha Matawalle, who said this as part of her message to girls civil servants in the course of the Staff Day celebration, stated gender-based violence is a really critical societal drawback that required the eye of ladies elites, notably these within the civil service, with a view to liberating their fellow girls people from the discrimination they undergo within the arms of their male counterparts.
“Girls within the civil service have a really critical and energetic position to play within the combat in opposition to the discrimination the feminine people face within the arms of males throughout the majority stream civil service,” she lamented.
In response to a press release signed by the Press Secretary to the primary girl, Zainab shuaibu Abdullahi and made accessible to newsmen in Gusau, the state capital, till when girls within the civil service unite to combat a simply trigger, particularly because it pertains to discrimination in opposition to girls, Nigerian girls, notably in northern Nigeria, would proceed to face problem in occupying excessive positions throughout the civil service.
The Zamfara first girl appealed to Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle to accentuate the continuing efforts of his administration to combine extra girls into company duties.
She, nonetheless, expressed satisfaction over the trouble of her husband within the integration of extra girls into his cupboard and urged him to do extra.
Hajiya Aisha Matawalle urged husbands to permit their educated home wives take appointments within the civil service, to contribute their quarter within the growth of Zamfara state.
She additionally urged conventional rulers and Islamic students to assist in the mobilization and enlightenment of ladies and their husbands to at all times take part within the actions and occasions which might be geared in direction of enhancing the welfare and well-being of ladies within the State.