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CHINYERE OBASI FELICITATES WITH THE NBA WOMEN FORUM ON THE OCCASION OF HER 2ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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The NBA Women Forum (NBAWF) began its 2nd Annual Conference yesterday, 31st March, 2022 to end today 1st April, 2022. The two day event tagged “The Invisible Hand of Gender Bias: Championing Collective Change” has in attendance notable female personalities including the First Lady of Imo State, Mrs Chioma Uzodinma and the deputy Governor of Ogun State, Engineer Noimot Salako-Oyedele.

Chinyere Obasi has joined a host of others to felicitate the Forum on this auspicious occasion. Her felicitation message states as follows:

“It gladdens my heart each time women come together to rub minds in furtherance of their welfare and how best to do more for the betterment of society. The NBA Women Forum’s 2nd Annual Conference with the array of attendants, speakers and the apt theme is perhaps one of the best avenues for such exercise. Why do I say so? The theme of the conference and the group of individuals involved.

We know too well that the most effective means of breaking biases is through the legal means. Therefore, when female lawyers come together to fashion out ways to break gender biases, there is no limit to what they can achieve. It is on this note that I am rest assured of the outputs of this conference, being a bunch that will reengineer the drive for a more equal and gender nuetrual society for all.

I must commend the NBAWF for putting together a conference as successful as this. It is indeed a very positive sign of better days ahead for the women folk, without whom the world is static.

Thank you and God bless.”

Signed:
CHINYERE OBASI

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