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Voices 4 Change To Host 300 Nigerian Men this Week in Lagos

Voices for Change (V4C), is hosting 300 Nigerian men to discuss issues of gender parity and inclusiveness in Lagos  from November 2-3, 2016.

According to Daily Trust, at a pre-conference briefing held in Lagos, Denis Onoise, Output Leader and Key Influencer V4C, said the idea of convening 300 men from different parts of the country was aimed at driving the message of gender equality which still remained a challenge in this part of the world.
"At V4C, we understand the urgency in driving the message down to key players in ensuring that the idea of seeking 50/50 opportunities for both men and women in all areas of life, are engaged. We hope the summit will allow us to enlighten our men on the need to allow healthy relationship, avoid gender-based violence, support their wives who aspire for political or leadership office, give the same access to education, career opportunities to their girl children, among other issues," Onoise said.
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