Women have been challenged to move out of their comfort zones and compete with men in elective positions.
"Women are not less beings, we have the power and education to go for elective seats, those positions are not just a preserve for men," she advised.
Miss Waliuala who has announced her intention to unseat the current governor Wycliffe Wangamati in what is believed to be a battle of the titans.
The current senate speaker Kenneth Makelo Lusaka who was the first area governor has also shown interest in competing for the coveted seat.
"Women are not lesser beings, we have got the power, charisma and energy to compete with men, if given a chance I will deliver Bungoma County to the promised land," she said.
Sophy added, "It is now a season for women to rule, their power and strength can never be overlooked,".
An employee of Kibabii University and part time lecturer, Sophy was born and raised in Kimilili constituency and has struggled through thick and thin to reach where she is now.
She stated that the African set-up doesn't trust women with leadership but it is time we dispelled the non-existent rumours that attacks women.
"Women have proved to be tough and this can be showcased by the election of Governors Charity Ngilu (Kitui) and Kirinyaga's Anne Waiguru, the late Bomet governor Joyce Laboso and also the recent swearing in of Tanzanian President Suluhu Hassan," she said.
She called on women to stand tall and compete for all elective posts so that they can enjoy an equal opportunity.
"Leadership comes from God and we are all equal before His eyes, we shouldn't be despised as lesser beings but be guided and advised on how to overcome the rough political terrains," she stated.
She called on Bungoma residents to elect her in 2022 and experience a different leadership ideas.
"A woman understands well what the community faces, she is the pillar of any society, I present myself to you, I will offer you quality leadership," she said.
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