The UFPDG sensitizes Gabon women on the enrollment campaign

In view of the start of the enrollment campaign, the SGA 4 in charge of the UFPDG, Chantal MEBALEY and her national office started this Tuesday at the town hall of the 5th district of Libreville, the awareness campaign with the groups of the nine provinces of the country. An important operation for their party which must take the women of the UFPDG to get involved massively in this so-called enlistment operation for the coming legislative elections in Gabon.

It is with the socio-cultural groups of the provinces of Estuaire, Moyen-Ogooué, Nyanga, and Woleu-Ntem, that the national office of the Union of Women of the Democratic Party of Gabon (UFPDG) started its campaign awareness. This is in order to start the enrollment process. For the Assistant Secretary General 4, (SGA4), in charge of the UFPDG Chantal Mebaley ” it is no longer a question for the women of the UFPDG to embark anyhow with the potential candidates who will be invested by the party and even other politicians.The enrollment process must now be supervised by members of the national office of the UFPDG via its structures or dismemberments. The UFPDG must support all candidates who will be invested by the party. This should be done with a good organization.

Potential candidates will have to work with members of the national office so that those in charge can have visibility on all women’s movements . ” All this to better watch over the file of women throughout Gabon to have a result that can allow ALi Bongo Ondimba to have a majority in the National Assembly.

She nevertheless reminded the Pdgistes how many times the President of their party relies on women from the UFPDG and that this enrollment campaign should take women to get involved in the enrollment process. It is such an important operation, she will emphasize, as to call women to register on the electoral lists. The women’s awareness campaign will continue in the other provinces, namely: Ogooué-Lolo, Ogooue-Ivindo, Ogooue-Maritime, Ngounié, and Haut-Ogooué.


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