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Lois Auta

7 Dec 2020
Disabled women in the country are asking the womenfolk to spare them five per cent of the 35 per cent of the affirmative action that is expected to give more women opportunity to participate in governance processes.
24 Dec 2018
A physically challenged candidate of the Accord Party, Lois Auta, has appealed to the people to vote for her into the House of Representatives.
14 Aug 2016
For Lois Auta, who was awarded the most valuable player for promoting disabled sports globally in the US in 2014, being struck by poliomyelitis, when she was only two years, was an opportunity ...

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