Kano-based NGO Girl’s Gate Initiative shares list of most influential women of month

The Nigeria-based Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) Girl’s Gate Initiative (GGI) on Monday has shared the list of the most influential women of the month.

The Nigeria-based Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) Girl’s Gate Initiative (GGI) on Monday has shared the list of the most influential women of the month. The list comprises of over 20 women, who have made significant contribution into the development and overall growth of the society.

It is to be noted that, the Girl’s Gate Initiative (GGI), which has been actively working in the Kano city of Nigeria, is a community of change makes who are passionate about improving the lives of the girl child. Along with this, they are also working and are introducing measures to help the girls and women, who are victims to different causes.

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Considerably, the Girl’s Gate Initiative took it to their official social media handle to share the list of the most influential women of the month. Noting to which, they via the social media post, added that, “Let’s celebrate the most influential women of the month! This month, we recognize and honor the achievements of women who have made a significant impact in various fields. From science to art, politics to technology, these trailblazers have shown resilience, creativity, and leadership.”

While sharing the list, they also mentioned about the names of the women who has made it to the list of the most influential women of the month. While sharing the list, the Kano-based NGO, Girl’s Gate Initiative (GGI), added that, “Our mother prof.Rabia said, Adama Adamu, Peculiar Caleb , Juliet Nwobodo , Adek Bassey , elizabeth talatu , Keturah Shammah , Maryam Shetty , Ilhan Omar , Leymah Gbowee , Kori Habib , Zainab Aminu , and Yesmin Salako Ejiwumi of Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) among others.”

Adding about the most influential women, GGI noted that, “These remarkable women remind us that dedication, determination, and passion can create lasting change and inspire others to follow in their footsteps. Let’s celebrate their achievements and keep working towards a more inclusive and equitable world! Congratulations once again!”

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