According to the Star, Raila has told women that there will be affirmative way to make sure women are well represented in the Kenyan politics no matter the obstacles that are there.
Odinga says the court ruling on Building Bridges Initiative ￼gave a blow to this fight of ensuring women are well represented in politics as it didn't consider their welfare.
He says women experiences many problems and insisted if nothing will be done before 2022, things won't be different as the number of women will be a few in political positions.He also assured Kenyans that the coming elections will be peaceful revealing that there is no room for violence.
Raila is confident that this time there will be no lose of life as it was in the previous elections urging Kenyans to remain peaceful.
Raila is looking for his way to Statehouse and ours is to wait and see if he will be successful in this journey.
Deputy President William Ruto is looking to be his main competitor as per now and ours is to wait and see if things will be changed in the short time coming.
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