COPPWILL Launches Office for Operations, calls on all political women to join the struggle


The Coalition of Political Parties Women in Liberia (COPPWIL) has officially launched its office as part of ensuring operations.

The  Women group consisting of all political parties in Liberia took the decision to promoting oneness, thus raising the bar for women full participation in politics.

The program witnessed by Liberia’s First Lady, Clar Weah, former presidential candidate and now Mountserrado senatorial aspirant Mac-Deller Cooper,  CDC senatorial aspirant Paulilla Wea among other top government women officials was the gateway to make women more engage into the political spectrum.

This speaks volume to numerous concerns by some women group that have been advocating for women participation in the legislation of the country.

According to COPPWIL’s President Finda Bundoo, their quest is a sustainable one that seeks to bring women on board void of discriminating any political party.

She believes working in one accord will increase the generosity of women for leadership apart from politics.

Mrs. Bundoo noted that disagreement among other reasons have been intruding unity among them and it is about time women realize their strength in order to close the gap between they and their male counterparts.

She added that the organization is ready to make women influential in making decisions for their respective political parties.

All efforts, she told the gathering have been made for sustainability and the their door is open to any any woman wanting to taste politics.