The society we currently find ourselves in has been besieged with stereotypical notions.
The activities of politics have been secluded to be only related to man and its kind. Sometimes when women veer for sensitive positions in governance they perceive them to be weaklings and incapable to deliver. Some times people tag them with the duty of only being perfect in the kitchen service or “the other room” as it would be popularly be taken.
But however these erroneous notions are only as a result of what the society has inflicted in the minds of people.
We re not here to raise and argument of women, being better in governance than men, rather to open the minds of people that, women in governance does not connote weak power.
We’ve seen fierce women and power and takes the nation to its great height of development.
We’ve seen Croatia having Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic as their president, and Croatia has been popular for good tenets in their governance.
The peak summer months of July and August attract the most visitors with blissfully hot days and ideal water temperatures for swimming. The shoulder months of May and September are a great time to visit Croatia with a pleasant climate and sunny skies, though fewer crowds.
We’ve also read stories of great women who fought earnestly to deliver the society from a certain affliction. The likes of Catherine Nkume, Mary Slessor, Okonjo Iweala and the likes.
Women over time has proven themselves in governance and Democratic dispensation.
Let them be given a word to raise a shout and overwhelm this society that has been overridden by stereotype.
I am Ugoala Chinaza Amanda