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Women’s Groups hold solidarity for First Lady Dr. Bio

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Women’s Groups hold solidarity for First Lady Dr. Bio


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AYV News, September 8, 2023

In a remarkable display of solidarity and appreciation, women from various women’s groups across the country have gathered in large numbers at the presidential lodge to extend a warm welcome to the esteemed First Lady, Dr. Fatima Maada Bio.

The First Lady, who returned to the country last night from official international engagements in the UK, Namibia, and Kenya, has garnered immense admiration for her tireless efforts in championing women’s rights and empowerment.

The scene at the presidential lodge is nothing short of captivating, as hundreds of women representing diverse organizations have thronged together to express their support and gratitude for the First Lady’s steadfast commitment to their cause.

The air is filled with anticipation and excitement as the crowd eagerly awaits the moment to personally greet and extend their heartfelt messages of solidarity to Dr. Fatima Maada Bio.

The First Lady has always been at the forefront in promoting gender equality, advocating for women’s health and education, and working towards the eradication of gender-based violence. Her efforts have not only resonated with women across the nation but have also garnered international recognition and appreciation.

The solidarity visit will undoubtedly serve as a catalyst for further collaboration and action among women’s groups, reinforcing the collective determination to break barriers and create a better future for all.

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