Powerful leaders in Kenya are holding numerous meetings. They are scheming on how they can strengthen their political and economic plans. Too leaders like DP Ruto among others are strategizing on how they can spread their influence across the country as well as other parts of the world.
Honourable Ida Odinga the better half of the former powerful Prime Minister in the Kibaki era held a crucial meeting. The meeting involved high ranking representative of the Republic of Zambia. Members present were Honourable Sastone Silomba, Zambia's High commission ambassador Joyce Kapampa Kasosa among others.
According to Honourable Ida Odinga, the meeting's agenda was to empower the women. She said that by empowering women, the country's socio-economic status will be on the upward trajectory move.
Indeed empowering women is the best way to empower the community. The developed nations are where they are after empowering women in their countries. To achieve this status,Women's empowerment in these nations was based on education, politics and economy.
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