For politics to work in this country, we need to involve women – Abimbola Fashola
By Guardian Exclusive
29 November 2018 | 9:44 am
In an interview, former First Lady of Lagos State, Abimbola Fashola, she talks about why Nigeria needs to involve both men and women in Nigerian politics.
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