Nigeria Can Have a Female President – Minister Tallen

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Women Affairs Minister, Pauline Tallen, said a female President of Nigeria was achievable.

Tallen cited the feat in Liberia and Malawi in a chat with reporters at the All Progressives Congress (APC) national secretariat in Abuja on Wednesday.

She led a delegation to submit a memorandum to the party’s Constitution Review Committee.

The document was received by the Committee Chairman, Prof. Tahir Mamman.

Tallen complained that women had been marginalised in the country and in the ruling party.

She demanded affirmative action, noting that women give the highest votes in elections.

Tallen expressed dissatisfaction about the absence of women in the party’s structure.

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