14 April 2018

Sudan: Assistant of President Calls for Political Empowerment of African Women

Khartoum — Assistant of President of the Republic, Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Sanosi has called for political empowerment of women in Africa by giving their all political rights acquired by virtue of Islamic religion.

This came while he was addressing opening sitting of the Council of African Political Parties (CAPP)'s Women Wing meetings in Communications Tower in Khartoum , Saturday.

The Assistant of the President indicated to Sudan's advancement in according women their political rights and called for promotion of African women's rights.


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