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Women MPs Meet To Celebrate Women In Leadership At Kempinski

Members of parliament Kenya Kwanza and Azimio have today set aside their political disagreements and are gathering for dinner at the Kempinski.

The female leaders are already checking into the hotel in Westlands, where they will meet and then have dinner to recognize women in leadership.

The event is essentially a get-together to honor all women who have been elected or appointed to positions in today's government, where they are also required to develop a number of initiatives and activities to support girls.

Senator Tabitha Karanja of the UDA from Nakuru, Governor Gladys Wanga, and Nairobi-nominated Senator Karen Nyamu are among the leaders who have checked into the opulent hotel.

Speaker Wetangula announced Kenya Kwanza as the majority party in the National Assembly just moments before the meeting.

Following the declaration, Opiyo from Azimio was designated as the minority leader of the national assembly, and Kimani Ichungwah, a Kikuyu member of parliament, as the majority leader.

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Azimio Gladys Wanga Kempinski Nakuru Westlands


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