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Ibijoke Faborode

7 Dec
Two Nigerians, Joy Ezeilo, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), and Ibijoke Faborode, co-founder of ElectHER, a Non-Governmental Organisation addressing female under-representation in politics across Africa, have been listed among the BBC’s 2022 list of 100 world inspiring and influential women. BBC announced this in a statement on Tuesday. The BBC’s list of 100 women…
12 Nov
To encourage women’s participation in politics, a non-partisan group, ElectHer is poised to support women seeking election into political offices in the country.
2 Mar 2021
A non-partisan organisation advocating for more women participation in politics, ElectHer, has set up a $10 million fund of which it had already secured $2 million to empower women and directly fund...
16 Jan 2021
Ibijoke Faborode and Abosede George-Ogan are the founders of ElectHER. A non-partisan end-to-end women’s political advancement group, the organisation is focused on bridging inequality gaps in Nigerian politics...


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