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Hear Me Too’ has been chosen to lend a voice to the cry for help from the female gender


This year’s lecture themed: ‘Hear Me Too’ has been chosen to lend a voice to the cry for help from the female gender, who have been involved in one form of violence or the other. It would also focus on the elimination of socio-cultural factors that give credence to any form of violence in Nigeria.



Speaking on the collaboration with Genesis House, Ada Udechukwu, head, Women Banking at Access Bank Plc. said, “Access Bank, in addition to supporting female- 



owned businesses, is also very interested in the total well-being of women. Violence against women and girls is a phenomenon without national borders, and a violation of human rights that has far-reaching negative consequences on its victims.


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