Ruto Women Charter hailed by party supporters

Kenya Kwanza Women Charter  massive support  in Kirinyaga county where national UDA Women leaders  congregated yesterday to scrutinize and diggest the document they said was in favour of all  the women in the country.

A  women Charter   UDA s presidential candidate William Ruto has   signed   to benefit the Kenyan Women will be the first of its kind   since Independence  according to the party members .

Uasin Gishu  County Woman Representative Gladys Sholei  while  drumming support for Ruto in Kirinyaga  County last evening  at a Sagana town hotel  said the Charter  will  benefit all Kenyan women regardless of their political affiliation .

“But in order for the wonderful Charter to be actualised I must urge all Kenyans to vote overwhelmingly  for  our Presidential flag bearer Dr William Ruto , who  has  the interests of the women folk right in his heart ,”the  leader said.

Sholei  who addressed Women  Leaders affiliated to the UDA from the  entire country and  party candidates for various elective posts said under Ruto presidency women were  set to benefit at 50 per cent in government  positions .

She added   that the   never ending one third  gender rule which has been evasive for many years will now set for actualisation once Ruto won the August 9 general elections.

Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru addresing  UDA affiliated women leaders from across  the country during their meeting at  sAGAMA  Town hotel yesterday where they endorsed  the Kenya Kwanza Women Charter signed by the UDA  party leader and  Presidential flag bearer William Ruto yesterday.


Other    national leaders included   Markwet Woman Representative Jane Chebaibai  Kiptoo , her Tharaka-Nithi counterpart Beatrice Nkatha , Kandara’s Alice Wahome   the  Kajiado East MP   Peris  Tobiko and Narok’s Woman Rep Roselinda Saipan .

Kandara MP Alice Wahome and the host and Kirinyaga Governor  Anne Waiguru  were the key facilitators of the historic women leadership meeting   whose outcome was a promise  to go and engage in massive  campaign for the UDA’s  first round win.

Both Saipan and Chebaibai accused the deed state of the woes the Nairobi gubernatorial hopeful Johnson Sakaja was facing over  he his   academic  credentials.

Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Sholei addressing UDA women leaders and Candidates for various seats at a Sagana town hotel  Kirinyaga County yesterday where they were hosted by area Governor Anne Waiguru.


The leaders demanded that the Azimio presidential flag bearer Raila  Odinda  be compelled to  produce his credentials too since very little is known about his academic background or which University he attended  nor  his college mates .

“Let the law apply across the board and not be applied selectively to discriminate those who are  not politically correct . All animals should be equal  at the Animal Farm and not the way   things  stand at the moment ,” Saipan declared .


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