Kiambu county hopeful gubernatorial aspirant Mwende Katabaki now calls on the government to support this leaders if they make it beyond clearance by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission.
As reported by the Standard, Mwende claims that female leaders that are aspiring to serve in different capacities are now threatened to an extent of opponents hiring goons and crowds to abuse them.
He now claims that they are having a rough journey during there campaign trail and calls upon the interior cabinet secretary to support them with security.
During her interview with the Standard, the hopeful gubernatorial aspirant didn't hesitate to sent this message to Security ministry and Kenyans at large. “Female candidates who have made it beyond party and IEBC clearance should be supported and provided with security. Some of us are facing security challenges while on the campaign trail, especially from hired goons and crowds,” Mwende told The Standard
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