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Nigeria has few women in politics: here's why, and what to do about it

By Damilola Agbalajobi, Lecturer, Political Science, Obafemi Awolowo University
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There are few women in political and leadership spaces in Nigeria. Currently only seven out of 109 senators and 22 of the 360 House of Representatives members are women. Ogechi Ekeanyanwu, from The Conversation Africa, asked Damilola Agbalojobi, political scientist and gender specialist, to explain the lack of representation, why it matters and how to remedy it.

Why are women so poorly represented in leadership positions?


There are multiple factors. Some are related to the political party systems…


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