Women must shun the conduct of stereotyping female politicians

Women must shun the conduct of stereotyping female politicians

Charity Ngilu, the second governor of Kitui County and one of the two elected women county bosses, thrust herself into Kenya’s presidential race after being in politics for barely five years, as an MP, and after only one parliamentary term.

The then Kitui Central MP, alongside the late Prof Wangari Maathai, made history with the – no doubt courageous and daring move – to become the first women in the country to contest the presidency – for years an exclusive boys’ club. WON Executive Director Njeri Rugene writes on Daily Nation. Click for more…

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