The world today has recognised the need for women empowerment. Unlike the past there are lot of awareness programmes, conferences, seminars and such that of programmes to bring awareness to the women about their own empowerment in recent times. We could hear a lot of women coming forward to complaint against their victimisation in different forms. There are lot of support for such women by their counterparts for being bold enough to fight for their rights. Though this is the projected present scenario, there is a basic underlying question, Are the women really empowered in all the aspects? There may a section of society which is really having a privilege to be equal to men in all aspects but still there is a large population of women folk which is not even knowing that they can also live like any other empowered women. Money is more powerful than any other medium in bringing the empowerment. This research attempts to examine the accessibility of financial services by women in Kebri Dehar city of Somali Region of Ethiopia which will give an insight of financial inclusiveness policy in that area. The required research data was collected from 400 randomly selected women from the city and was analysed with the statistical tools t-test, ANOVA and Garret ranking. The study found that the financial inclusiveness of women from this city is barred by several social, cultural and deep rooted religious beliefs. This study gives suggestions to all sector so as to have financial inclusion for women which will in turn result into women empowerment.