A group of Civil Society Organisations, including Hope for Future Generation, Youth Action Movement, Star Ghana and Women in Politics Training, is currently marching to the Presidency to mount pressure on the government to pass the Affirmative Action Bill.

Friday morning’s walk which commerced at the Obra Spot in Accra will go through Makola Market – Rawlings Park – High Streets – the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection – Parliament House before ending at Flag Staff House.

The Bill, which when passed will ensure that women participation in governance, public positions of power and decision making is 40%, has been on the waiting list for 13years.

Speaking to JoyNews’ Nancy Emefa Dzradosi, one of the facilitators for the group, Eunice Agbenyadzi, says they will continue to hold series of walks until the bill is passed.