“ I am very sad about the outcome of the elections; we women have been robbed again,” Alhassan said on Wednesday in Jos.
Clinton, former U.S. Secretary of State, who contested on the ticket of the Democratic Party, lost the Tuesday race to her Republican rival, Donald Trump.
She had since called to congratulate the winner and also wish him well.
Alhassan expressed optimism that the womenfolk would be luckier next time in their bid for equal opportunities to serve humanity.
Speaking in the same vein, Mrs. Larai Akawu, a Jos-based women activist, expressed shock at the loss which she said was not expected.
“Hilary Clinton wass doing well and the polls predicted that victory will go her way.
“Some of us here were already planning to celebrate the grand arrival of the women folk as leaders at the global stage before we got the shock of our lives,” she stated.
Akawu, however, urged women not to be discouraged by the setback, saying that there was always another chance.
“Clinton came so close to winning; it means there is great hope that we shall be there in the near future,” she said. SHARE YOUR STORY WITH US VIA EMAIL: INFO@247NIGERIANEWSUPDATE.CO RECEIVE NEWS VIA OUR WHATSAPP, KINDLY TEXT +234 701 056 0394 TO ADD YOU CLICK HERE TO JOIN US ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR NEWS UPDATE CLICK HERE TO JOIN US ON TWITTER FOR INSTANT NEWS UPDATE: @247NGNEWSUPDATE CLICK HERE TO JOIN MILLIONS AROUND THE GLOBE TO READ NEWS ON OUR FACEBOOK FAN PAGE FOR INSTANT UPDATES ON INSTAGRAM CLICK HERE RECEIVE INSTANT NEWS UPDATE VIA OUR BBM BROADCAST: D3EDEFDF PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>