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… As Mariya Tambuwal, First Lady of Sokoto State, Maintains Lead On Tuesday, 6 June 2017, the on-going Amazons Watch Magazine’s Most-Impactful Governor’s Wife poll, which was designed to gauge the impact of the various pet projects and noble activities of the Wives of Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States, will close and the winner will be announced. The online poll which was launched on Tuesday, 16 May 2017, is part of the magazine’s strategic efforts to celebrate the Wives of Nigerian State Governors, who are redefining the concept of sustainability in their communities and nation, demonstrating a commitment towards improving the social, economic and political status of Nigerian women. Visit www.amazonswatchmagazine.com/polls/poll-who-is-nigerias-most-impactful-governors-wife to cast your vote, as search for winners continues Wife of Sokoto State Governor, Mariya Tambuwal, is maintaining the lead with 78.2% of the total votes cast; Zainab Bagudu, Wife of Kebbi State…

The Amazons Watch Magazine, a leading voice for women in developing nations, has nominated 12 First Ladies for the magazine’s Most-Impactful Governors Wives Poll, designed to gauge the impact of the various pet projects and noble activities of the Wives of Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States. The magazine used Popularity, Impact and Sustainability as the criteria for selection. The poll is part of the magazine’s efforts to spur and encourage a more aggressive commitment and efforts on the part of the Wives of Nigerian State Governors towards improving the social, economic and political status of Nigerian women and the society at large. The “First Lady” is an informal and unconstitutional, but accepted title in Nigeria, held by the wife of the President and State Governors of Nigeria. They are the exemplification of grace, magnificence and influence, renowned as true partners of their spouses- the Governors’ visions, and role…

The Amazons Watch Magazine, a leading voice for women in developing nations, has nominated 12 First Ladies for the magazine’s Most-Impactful Governors Wives Poll, designed to gauge the impact of the various pet projects and noble activities of the Wives of Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States. The magazine used Popularity, Impact and Sustainability as the criteria for selection. Kindly vote below. [dimbal-poll-manager poll_id=”6″]

The Amazons Watch Magazine’s online poll to gauge African financial institutions with the Best Women Supportive programmes and policies ended on Thursday with Tanzania Women’s Bank Limited (TWB) maintaining the vanguard position as the Most Women-Friendly Bank in Africa, closely trailed by the First Bank Nigeria Plc. TWB, Africa’s first women bank incorporated in 2007 with a passion and commitment towards female entrepreneurs, empowering women economically and socially, polled 30.8% of the total votes cast; while First Bank, Nigeria’s largest financial services institution, established in 1894, which has over the years demonstrated commitment to promote women empowerment with women-supportive products, secured 23%. Nigeria’s Bank of Industry (BOI) maintained the third position with 22% of the total votes cast; and the duo of Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (GTB) Nigeria and Diamond Bank Plc Nigeria sit at the fourth position with 10% at a tie. The Lift Above Poverty Organisation (LAPO), one…

  By Ehis Ayere Few days to the close of voting, Tanzania Women’s Bank (TWB) has taken the lead as the Best Women Supportive Bank in Africa, with programmes, products and services that have significantly empowered and impacted the financial lives of women, providing them with the ability, opportunity, and skill to generate and control their own incomes. TWB polled 25% of the total votes cast, closely trailed by Bank of Industry Nigeria, with 16.5% of votes cast. Click here to cast your vote. The Amazons Watch Magazine launched the poll November 17 with the aim of recognizing and promoting the Top 5 Women Supportive Banks in Emerging Economies (Africa); with programmes and services that have significantly empowered women, increasing women’s access to financial services, improving the well-being of women, and bolstering gender equality, with notable impacts, transcending beyond the individual woman level to improvement in the standard of living…