It is clear that the president of the republic of Kenya, His Excellency Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta is away for the past some days on a mission that is aimed at discussing the trong U.S.-Kenyan bilateral relationship and the need to bring transparency and accountability to domestic and international financial systems a move that has actually impressed many Kenyans.
While the president is currently away, the Kenyan first lady, Margaret Kenyatta, the wife to the president has actually showed a concern in terminating some of the misconducts among the Kenyan citizens to create a conducive atmosphere for all citizens especially the women in that matter.
According to the k24 source, the initiative is aimed at ending all forms of gender based violence - GBV among the Kenyan community by the end of 2026 and also will deal with matters concerning female genital mutilation - FGM which she said to end by 2022.
This mission is a thumb up since it will enable Kenyans to develope sense of unity.
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