Mercy Johnson Okojie: From Movie World To Politics " Africa Deserves New breed Women Politicians like Queen Amina,Winnie Mandela,Other's "- Says Cerutti OSAGIE

The great global woman leader,the late Margaret Thatcher once mused "Any woman who knows and understands the problem of managing a home can manage a nation more effectively" she is absolutely right 
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In Africa today, vast majority of the women we have now are not very daring or fearless and worst still are not political ambitious
They may be good in domestic affairs or economics but when it comes to political matters African women have a long way to go
If in doubt ,then we must ask: Where are the likes of vocal women like the late Funmilayo Ransom - Kuti?  the likes of Queen  of Zaria and of late the fearless South African freedom fighter Ma Winnie? They are no more to be heard today
So it is on that note we welcome the entry to big political stage of one of Africa's finest and quintessential actress, Mrs Mercy Johnson Okojie to the political stage where she officially commenced work last week with the ambitious government of Kogi state led by his excellency Alhaji Adamu Bello

This is good move worthy of commendation for Mrs Okojie.. No doubt a creative talent who rose from movie grass to the very top of the " make believe world "

She has mastered motherhood.. Played great roles in her career, so who says she cannot stand up and speak for Africans?
Indeed Africa craves for great women voices not fashionistas in government.. Not those that will say one thing in morning and do another thing by noon time

Welcome to the intriguing game of politics Mrs Okojie

* Special focus report by
Chief Mike Cerutti
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