The event which was held a day after the International Women’s Day proper, had women from all works of life in attendance.

In her remarks, the group’s CEO Amb. Emem Everest thanked members of the group for being hands-on and in tune with her vision, while noting that the group will do more to reach out to more women in line with the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, ‘Inspire Inclusion.’

Speaking on the topic ‘Inspire Inclusion: Challenges and Prospects,’ Guest Speaker Sophie Ejelue, who is the Founder of PUSHFactor and Chairman of Ubuntu Tribe urged women to among other things, seek ways of self improvement and development at all times in order to get themselves ready for the much sought after inclusion.

Journaling expert Imabong Essien, advised the women to adopt Journaling as a means to self-development and awareness which will ultimately lead to better inclusiveness for the women.

Speaking on Branding, CEO Art Dynamic World Limited Tinuola Adigun urged attendees to give the best representation of themselves and their businesses at all times as a means to better inclusion in all areas of society.

The event which saw performances from Violinist Vicky Stringz and Spoken Words Artist CrossWordz, had in attendance women from various groups and organisations as a way of fostering collaboration and cooperation between women groups in the FCT.

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