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Good News to Women After the Government Reveals Govt' Positions They Will be Given Priority in

The government will give women priority in the appointment of chiefs and assistant chiefs.

Coastal region commander, Mr John Elungata, urged women with the required documents to apply for four chief positions with their assistants in the Tana Delta.

He made the remarks in Mandingo, Tana Delta constituency.

"The female chief has no shortcuts, does not discuss where justice is appropriate and does her work with discipline," he said.

He explained that unlike male chiefs, female chiefs have been raised to take and follow orders so they are keen to have more of them in the county.

“I would encourage the presence of a male chief and a female assistant chief and vice versa. This will ensure equality as women and girls will have someone who understands, defends and addresses their shortcomings and grievances, ”she said.

He acknowledged that women in leadership positions have a sense of community, and always focus on the communities they serve as part of their families.

As a result, female chiefs have refrained from political influence at work to fulfill their responsibilities, unlike their male counterparts.

"We have many cases of favoritism among male chiefs, some of whom have relied on some candidates in politics so to tolerate lawlessness that ultimately leads to social unrest, we will change that," he said.

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John Elungata Mandingo Tana Delta


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