Samia Suluhu and Her Bodyguards (Photo/File)
The photo of the current president of the republic of Tanzania, Hon.Samia Suluhu and her bodyguards shared by Wahu Kagwi on her Facebook page has left many ladies inspired. Wahu urged fellow women to avoid being bound by societal or cultural notions portraying them as weaker beings and take their spaces in the society as leaders.
"Can we stop for a minute and appreciate the power in this picture!!! Calling on all my fellow women...Do not be bound by societal or cultural notions that portray us as the weaker sex. Arise and take your space as a leader today." Wahu stated.
Below is the screenshot of her post;
Below were some of the reactions from ladies;
We will only stop being viewed as weaker sex when we stop portraying ourselves as weak. It starts with us - Debby Jenn
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