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Mahama vows 30% of appointees will be women if elected

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Former President John Mahama has hinted at his commitment to gender equality by vowing that 30% of his appointees would be women if elected in the 2024 elections.

The idea, he said, aligns with his vision for a more inclusive and diverse government.

The former president emphasized that this initiative is in harmony with the broader global agenda of achieving gender balance in leadership positions.

He stressed the importance of women’s representation in decision-making roles, citing the wealth of talent and capability that often goes untapped.

The former president was speaking at a community engagement held in Bolgatanga East District in the Upper East Region as part of his Building the Ghana Tour.

By committing to a significant percentage of female appointees, Mr. Mahama aims to break barriers and empower women to contribute actively to the development of the nation.

Touching on the NDC as a socialist party, he noted that it places a strong emphasis on equality and social justice.

He therefore believed that featuring more women in key positions under his leadership would not only align with these principles but also foster a more inclusive and responsive government.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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