International Women's Day: Ooni Appreciates Wives, Women, Says They The Symbols of Our Economic Growth [Photos]

International Women's Day: Ooni Appreciates Wives, Women, Says They The Symbols of Our Economic Growth [Photos]

As the World celebrates International Women's Day today, the Arole Oduduwa, Olofin Adimula, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II has emphasized the important roles of women in maintaining a stable global society.

The Ooni in a special remarks on Tuesday described women as invaluable assets in the society whose contributions to the world order are immeasurable.

Sharing pictures of his beautiful Queens on his verified Instagram page, the foremost traditional ruler called for a global support for the female gender particularly in the area of giving them equal opportunities across all stratas of the society to enable them realize their full potentials.

"Today, on International Women's Day, our ambition must be to renew our pledge of building a global society in which women are given equal honour and the resources they need to achieve their fullest potentials. 

"Our amazing birthright, cradle, adolescence, and even adulthood are inextricably tied to their aprons. Without their sacrifices, hard work, invaluable efforts, our societies would have fractured, household cultures would have been negatively impacted, and communities would have suffered.

"Despite some difficulties and struggles, as well as the gender imbalance that still exists against women in our political landscape, boardrooms, employment, and gender gap in earnings, our national economy's unprecedented dynamism would not have been possible without their magical powers, competence and resilience spirit. They are the engines and symbols of our economic growth from house to house, community to community, as our lives thrive and flourish because of them. 

"We must reminisce on their powerful contributions to our national treasure through the prism of history. Legends such as Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, Margaret Ekpo, Alimotu Pelewura, Mama Aduni, Ladi Kwali, Flora Nwapa, Buchi Emecheta, Mabel Segun, Nana Asma'u, and we can see millions of others indelible footprints on our national history We must celebrate the continued outstanding efforts of our women through icons such as Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Aminu Mohammed, Yemisi Edun, Mariam Olusanya, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and other inspiring women who keep shattering the glass ceiling with their incredible stories.

"We must continue to celebrate every day landmark contributions that our young women are making across all fields of human endeavours."

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