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Women seek quality education for girls




THE National Association of Women In Colleges of Education (WICE), Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education Chapter, has called for improved education for female gender.

The women, who spoke at the college’s launch of the association’s magazine as part of activities marking the maiden biennial WICE week, used the occasion to enlighten and sensitise women on the need to play prominent role in nation-building.

Speaking, the Provost, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Bashorun Olalekan, stated that the college is delighted to be part of WICE activities, saying that the association had since its inception championed the course of women development in key sectors of the society.

He said: “WICE has contributed in making women who had lost focus in making an impact to the society become productive.

“Based on these achievements, I am delighted to be part of the launch of the magazine. Women have played key roles in making the country a better place to live in by the effort they have put in place to assist to build our homes.”

Also, the president of the association, Egboh Fasilat, said WICE as women organisation would continue to assist women within and outside the college to meet up their challenges.

She said the major objective of the organisation is to sensitise women to have quality education and develop themselves in any sphere of business they want to establish.

“I am delighted today that WICE is launching its magazine, which is part of our commitment to educate mothers and our female children to contribute to nation-building”, she said.

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