Love Does Not Win Elections

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by Ayisha Osori

 

Ayisha Osori ran for the house of Representatives under the People’s Democratic Party ticket. It was a short-lived adventure. She did not get the party’s nomination at the primaries and so fizzled her dream of representing her people in the AMAC/Bwari constituency in Abuja.

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Ayisha Osori ran for the house of Representatives under the People’s Democratic Party ticket. It was a short-lived adventure. She did not get the party’s nomination at the primaries and so fizzled her dream of representing her people in the AMAC/Bwari constituency in Abuja.

But that experience has birthed a book and this is her story.

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ayisha osori author of love does not win electionsAyisha Osori is a lawyer, development consultant and communication strategist with 18 years of experience in the public and private sectors. She is an advocate for women’s rights in Nigeria and is a non-executive director on the board of the Nigerian Women Trust Fund. She has worked with the World Bank, UNICEF, and the National Democratic Institute on a wide range of projects focusing on women’s economic and political empowerment, gender equality and good governance.

Ayisha Osori, an Eisenhower Fellow, graduated from the University of Lagos and Harvard Law School, and was called to the Nigerian and New York State Bar in 1998 and 2000 respectively. In addition, she holds a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School.

Her book Love Does Not Win Elections gives insight into the Unique Nigerian Politics

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