Women have now come out to grab elective seats as they seek to fulfil one third gender rule. In the coming August general elections, a good number has come out to seek the senatorial seats in their respective counties. In the 2017 one, only four managed to win the senatorial seat. In August, they are all seeking to defend this seat except one who is seeking the gubernatorial seat.
Below is the full list of all women seeking senatorial seat.
1. Ms Priscilla Nyokabi - Nyeri.
2. Judith Pareno - Kajiado.
4. Lilian Omollo Mbogo - Embu.
5. Prof Margaret Kamar - Uasin Gishu. She is the incumbent senator seeking to defend it.
6. Agnes Kavindu - Machakos. She is the current senator seeking to defend the seat.
7. Ms Fatuma Dullo - Isiolo. She is the incumbent senator seeking to defend the seat.
Susan Kihika who is the current senator for Nakuru is the only one not defending her seat. She is seeking a bigger challenge. She wants to be the next governor for Nakuru county.
How many of them do you think will manage to win this seat?
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