A UniJos Professor, Prof. Sam Egwu speaking in a round table discussion on “Enhancing Women’s Active Participation in Politics” in Abuja expressed that the dissimilarity among hypothesis and practice brings up key issues of social equity when ladies are most of the electorate but then few are chosen as leaders.He likewise said this would have negative impact on who and what is to come, as progressing lopsided characteristics in equivalent open doors can influence the prospects for social and monetary advancement in the long run.
As indicated by him, numerous nations on the landmass of Africa, including Nigeria, have not given satisfactory open doors for ladies to take part in administration .
Mma Odi of Alliance For Credible Elections stated: "The result of 2015 surveys, consequent off-cycle, and gathering primaries held somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2018 and 2019 demonstrated that ladies performed beneath expectation."She noticed that the present insights show that ladies are horribly under-spoke to in elective and chosen positions, saying, it stands shy of wanted 30 percent by universal models.
"There is have to open political space to suit all gatherings, particularly ladies, to take an interest in dynamic governmental issues and country building and raise the cognizance to work steadily to upgrade it.