Yesterday was the International Day of the Girl Child, the Governor of Bauchi state celebrated the day in style by vacating his seat for a 14 year old girl, Aisha Katagum to serve as the Governor of the state for some minutes. The day was declared the International Day of the Girl Child by the United Nations on the 19th of December, 2011 and it was first celebrated worldwide on the 11th of October, 2012.
The Governor of kano state, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje provide a foundation for helping Girl child's Education in his state. Today, Governor Ganduje handed over his Seat to a young Girl, Atika Aminu to celebrate the international Day of the Girl child. The International Day of the Girl Child is an international observance day declared by the United Nations, it is also called the 'Day of Girls' and the 'International Day of the Girl'.
The statement that "a girl child is as good as a boy child" seems to appear mundane to the core principles of most cultures in the world. But trying to escape reality is in no way going to be of any help to society, as it's clear that the female gender is on a mission to change the status quo.
The focus of Nigerians has been on the ending of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) who have left the duties and gone beyond their boundaries as they harass innocent civilians. The people of Nigeria got their wish as the SARS group was dissolved few hours ago. However, Nigerians have forgotten 2 important international celebration going on across the world as they have been engrossed in the #EndSARS campaign. These are: 1. International Day Of The Girl Child 2. World Mental Health Celebration The International
By Habila Victor, Kaduna The Center for Media Advocacy for Mother and Child (CAMAC), has called on all stakeholders join hands together in ensuring all forms of discrimination against girls are totally eliminated in Nigeria. Executive Director of CAMAC, Alex Uangbaoje in a statement to commemorate the 2020 "International Day of the Girl Child", with the theme: “My voice, our equal future”, noted that treating the girls like second class in the society is no longer accepted and that the time has come for
"A woman is a full circle. Within her is the power to nurture and transform." So, today 11th October, 2020 is the International Day Of The Girl Child. We celebrate the holiday because, it comes with the purpose to spread awareness among people about all the inequalities girls face in the global community. You're all beautiful, loved and appreciated. Welcome to my space. I remain Victoria 😍 International Day of the Girl Child is an international observance day declared by the United Nations; it is also called
Happy celebration day to all our girls, aged Nineteen year old downward. Today (11th of October) was declared as an "International Day of the Girl Child" which was launched in late 2012 as a medium in refueling and motivating our girls to be a social leader and stand out irrespective of their nationally. The objectives of the program is to remember our girls all over the world, both those in developed and undeveloped countries. During this program, girls shares their experiences and their future prospect in
For a better tomorrow, government has been called to protect vulnerable girl-child in Nigeria as the world international girl child 2020 holds. This was contained in a statement signed by Mrs. Olufunso Owasanoye, the Executive Director, HDI Nigeria, which reads in part, “Every October 11 is celebrated all over the world as International Day of the Girl Child, to amplify the voices and rights of girls everywhere. The theme for this year, “My voice, our equal future”, re imagines a better world inspired