However, motivating them, Cllr. Johnson Allison encouraged the women to  fight for the reduction of registration fees to allow females to ably compete and break barriers and stereotypes against their political participation.

On the other hand, the women has stress the need to fight against drugs in the country but some big hands are serving as barrier.

Speaking, Madam Olubanke King Akerele, former Foreign Minister and eminent woman of the Women Situation Room said “we can understand that there are big hands behind drug traffickers but we can work with the men, we have to stand up and rescue our children.”

Unlike Akerele, ABIC Establishment Coordinator Counselor Yvette Chesson-Wureh wants the women to be committed to their decision to participate in political leadership.

She said one of the biggest barriers for women in finance, adding, “For you all to have the political participation, you have to stand for that barrier to drop. We are aware of the drug situation, it is on our agenda and we will look at it.”