“I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” – Audre Lorde
Art of Superwoman firmly believes in the advancement of women and the full emancipation of women without prejudice. One of the ways women are emancipated is through their ballot participation.
Olwethu sat down with Nigerian Presidential Candidate HRH Malik Ado-Ibrahim and his beautiful wife HRH Adama Ado-Ibrahim and they spoke at length about the current political climate in Africa and why they both believe transformation in Nigeria and Africa is predicated upon the empowerment and amplifying of women and youth.
“The establishment has failed us woefully. Nobody should be left behind, no woman, no child, no Christian, no Muslim, no Northern or Southerner and nobody from the Middle Belt including myself.” -HRH Malik Ado-Ibrahim
As Gloria Steinem puts it “The voting booth is still the only place that a pauper equals a billionaire, and any woman equals any man. It is the only place on earth in which everybody’s equal. If we didn’t fall for the idea that our vote doesn’t count – an idea nurtured by those who don’t want us to use it – we could elect feminists, women of all races, and some diverse men, too, who represent the female half of the country equally. It’s up to us.