The state Coordinator of Goodluck Women Campaign Organisation, Sen. Joy Emordi, made the call in Awka on Saturday at the sensitisation rally organised by the organisation.
She said that the rally was aimed at taking stock and to project ways of making the re-election of the president a reality.
Emodi assured the people of the state of what Anambra stood to gain from the Jonathan administration including affirmative action on the plight of women.
No fewer than 326 ward coordinators and the 21 local government coordinators attended the occasion.
The coordinator also urged the women to protect their votes by voting and not leaving the scene until their votes had been counted and results declared.
“It is a welcome development that the women of the state have known that it is only by voting President Goodluck Jonathan that we in Anambra can gain a lot.
“This is both in terms of infrastructural development and affirmative actions in giving women a sense of belonging,” she said.
“It is important not to go home after casting your votes, for counting the said votes and declaration of each polling booth results should be announced before leaving the venue.”
A former Commissioner for Women Affairs in the state, Mrs Genevieve Enekwechi, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that participants at the event brainstormed on how to ensure the victory of President Jonathan.
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He described Jonathan as “the right man to led us to a peaceful Nigeria“.
She added that participants also deliberated on how they would receive the First Lady of Nigeria, Dame Patience Jonathan on March 23.
“We deliberated on how to ensure that Goodluck Jonathan wins in a free, fair and credible election.
“We also talked about how to receive our First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, on Monday 23, March at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Onitsha,” she said.
NAN reports that no fewer than 326 ward coordinators and the 21 local government coordinators attended the occasion.
Highpoint of the event was the distribution of PDP printed wrappers and PDP souvenirs of different kinds to the women.(NAN)