The National President of Business and Professional Women International (BPW), Princess Adesola Ogunleye Tuesday declared the readiness of Women to produce the next female President for the country by 2019.
Speaking at the occasion of commemoration of 2018 International Women Day in Akure, capital of Ondo state, Princess Ogunleye called on women to stop allowing themselves to be used by men who use and dump them after getting what they want.
While disclosing that BPW Presidential candidate will soon be unfold, she urged them to make use of the opportunity in 2019 by voting out Men in power.
According to her, Business and Professional Women across the country should be ready to spring up surprise by producing the first Female President for the country to occupy Aso Rock.
Even though she is yet to make public the Presidential material for the group, she repeatedly declared that, “BPW in collaboration with COWAN had succeeded in making a successful search, for one Kehinde who has already won the support of Women both at home and in diaspora”.
Kehinde, according to her is a thorough bread individual, a successful business Woman who has the capacity, integrity and ability to take the country to greater heights.
Princess Ogunleye, who is also the National President of COWAN assured that their Presidential candidate is capable of performing greater fleet more than Margret Thatcher of United Kingdom to the admiration of the entire world.
Earlier in her address, the BPW President in Ondo state, Pastor Mrs. Yinka Odedele said, the guest lecturer for 2018 celebration in Ondo state, Princess Ogunleye has been carefully selected as someone who is capable to do justice to this year’s theme, which is ” Press for Progress”.
She assured that the COWAN President has enlightened the women folk given the direction on what step to take to achieve the dream of women come 2019.
Some women in the society who had “worked assiduously” to see women out of being left in the mud of poverty were honoured at the occasion, while another set of women rendered free medical assistance to people during the celebration.