Ghanian institute urges activist to sustain fight against women molestation

Hudu Yakubu

The Governing Council of Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics ( Ghana), has  urged activist to sustain fight against molestation of girl child and women in the country.
The Executive Director of the Institute, Dr Richard Kpoku, gave the advice at the Induction ceremony of Mrs Chioma Uzo-Udegbunam Kpoku, Founder and President of Sure Smiles Women and Children Advocacy Initiative, in Abuja Nigeria’s capital.
Mrs Kpoku also stressed the need for human rights activist to completely eradicate diverse abuses, violence and ensure gender equality, justice and fairness.
The executive director said the institute salute the sagacity and burning passion of Uzo-Udegbunam for giving hope for several thousands of the under privilege class and being a voice for the voiceless.
” Your have indeed made a landmark impact in the lives of the downtrodden, ameliorating and alleviating their predicament to have a meaning and good life.
” This institute is very delighted and proud of your credible and just course to improving humanity.
” It is on this note that we are here on auspicious advocacy visit on behalf of the institute to confer and honour one of the Nigeria’s notable professional Mrs Uzo-Udegbunam, with a prestigious lifetime senior fellowship recognition award.”
Kpoku, therefore, urged activist to imbibe the spirit of integrity, honesty and be committed to making history that would outlive them in their chosen chosen field of human endervour.
The Governing Council of Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics ( Ghana) is an international institute which is professionally structured to enhance the mechanism of corporate governance with a view to training and equipping potential leaders from diverse private, public and economic sectors to become world class policy makers.
Hauwa Mustapha