An Association known as as Standup for Women Society (SWS) has opened new Offices in other African Countries and also induct Executives to oversee the affairs of her Members in the various Countries.
The Countries include; Sierra Leone, Uganda, Liberia, Namibia, Zambia, Cameroon, Eswatini, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Algeria and Gambia.
SWS President, Barr. Deborah Ijadele-Adetona in her welcome address made public by the National Public Relations Officer of the Group, Billie Nwogu, explained that the new Executives who were officially inducted into the Association have proven beyond doubt that they will uphold the tenets of the Association.
Ijadele-Adetona charged them to demonstrate the character which the SWS stands for and to ensure they support their Countries’ Governments to build a society where women will be relevant and bold to defend their rights.
The new Executives inducted are Mrs. Agness Fatmata Tarawallie from Sierra Leone, Mrs. Beatrice Akole and Mrs. Halima Brahan – Uganda, Mrs. Esther Davis Yango – Liberia, Mrs. Magreth Tsuses and Sakeenah Snyders – Namibia.
Others are Mrs. Betty Mambwe Luko – Zambia, Mrs. Victorine Macaulay – Cameroon, Mrs. Sharon Maziya – Eswatini, Mrs. Isabella Lena Nzighi and Mrs. Rebecca Masibayi – Kenya, Ms. Hanna Ashade and Ms. Anita Frimpong – Ghana, South Africa – Mrs. Grace Mumo, Dr. Belhadhi Sabrina – Algeria and Madam Ndeyawa Ceesay – Gambia.