ADP Gov Aspirant Seeks Women Inclusion In Politics

 Yakubu Busari, Jos 

 

A governorship aspirant on the platform of the Action Democratic Party, ADP, Pastor Margaret Inusa has said the non involvement of women in active politics since the return of democracy to the country has blunted the impact of democracy in the 36 states of Nigeria.

Inusa who disclosed this during her interview with journalists at ADP Secretariat in Jos on Monday, appealed to Nigerian women to reunite towards promoting gender programmes that can impact positively on the well-being of women with a view to maximising their potential as builders in the society .

Pastor Inusa said,” I chose to join the ADP as a political party which has principle and ideology of people oriented programmes with friendly constitution and manifests which is lacking in many parties. I have spent my 40 years teaching hospitality to the congregation by winning more souls to Christ but if given the mandate I can deliver on my campaign promises to the electorates .

He called on Plateau people to see the ADP as an alternative political party to help put this great country in the right path because it is the only party that is willing to make different in terms of tapping the potentials of both men and women in politics.