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Mrs Soludo meets wives of Anglican Bishops in Anambra , assures of closer partnership in societal reforms



From Ifeoma Ejiofor

Anambra Governor’s wife, Mrs Nonye Soludo says she will continue to mobilize women to lead campaigns and actions for the institution of policies that will favour women and children in the state.

Mrs Soludo stated this on Thursday, when the wives of Anglican Bishops in the Niger Province paid her a courtesy visit at the Governor’s Lodge, Awawbia.

The Niger Province of the Anglican Communion comprises nine dioceses covering the entire Anambra State and some parts of Enugu State.

Mrs Soludo said that the state government has opened up so many social, health, educational and empowerment opportunities solely for women and youths in the state.

She promised to continue to mobilize all Anambra women to lead conversations and actions for societal reforms, noting that women are important to her ongoing advocacy to build a human society that works for the good of all.

The governor’s wife also urged the bishop’s wives to use their leadership positions to educate women on the rules of healthy living and social sanity.

Mrs Soludo admonished them to pay attention to the escalation of social decays in schools, and appealed to the cleric wives to help the crusade by teaching mothers their primary responsibility at home.

She restated her determination to make healthy living a common culture in all Anambra homes, and called for support to the development policies of the present administration in the state.

Earlier, the leader of the group and wife of the Archbishop, Ecclesiastical Province of the Niger and Bishop of Awka Diocese, Mrs Chioma Ibezim said that part of aims of the visit was to intimate her on their programmes and seek closer collaborations.

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