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FG Appoints Hon. Judith Ogbara As GEEEEP Advisory Board Chairman

The Federal Government has appointed Hon. Judith Ogbara as the chairman of the Advisory Board for the Gender Education, Engagement, Empowerment, and Entrepreneurship Program (GEEEEP).…

The Federal Government has appointed Hon. Judith Ogbara as the chairman of the Advisory Board for the Gender Education, Engagement, Empowerment, and Entrepreneurship Program (GEEEEP).

The appointment was made under the leadership of the Senior Special Assistant to President Bola Tinubu on Student Engagement, Comrade Asefon Sunday.

The appointment of Hon. Judith Ogbara as chairman of GEEEEP Advisory Board and Hon. Lugard Okonobo as deputy chairman, reaffirmed government’s commitment to fostering gender equality and creating opportunities for all.

Hon. Ogbara, a notable advocate for gender equality and a girl-child and women’s empowerment, brings extensive experience and dedication to her new role. As chairman of the GEEEEP Advisory Board, she is poised to lead initiatives aimed at fostering gender-inclusive education and creating opportunities for girls and women across the nation.

Reacting to her appointment, Hon. Ogbara expressed gratitude to the Federal Government and affirmed her commitment to advancing the objectives of GEEEEP. She emphasised the importance of empowering women through education, empowerment, engagement and entrepreneurship, highlighting the positive impact it can have on the society.

A statement by Asefon said under his leadership, the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Student Engagement will continue to prioritise initiatives that promote inclusivity and empower marginalised groups in the country.

He said the appointment of Hon. Judith Ogbara underscored the government’s commitment to fostering gender equality and creating a conducive environment for women’s participation in various sectors.

Hon. Comr. Asefon, therefore, lauded the appointment of Hon. Ogbara, expressing confidence in her ability to drive positive change through GEEEEP. He reiterated the government’s dedication to supporting initiatives that promote gender equality and empower women in Nigeria.

“The appointment of Hon. Judith Ogbara as chairman of the GEEEEP Advisory Board marks a significant step towards achieving gender equality and inclusive development in Nigeria,” he stated.

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