Kiambu gubernatorial candidate vying with Safina Party, Mwende Gatabaki-Ndii has called out to the government to ensure security of female aspiring candidates as they face hardship during their campaign rallies.
Gatabaki has requested the government to intensify its security for female politicians as they are experiencing tough rallies caused by heated crowds and rogue masses of people hired by their rivals. The aspiring Kiambu governor eyeing Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Interior and Cordination of National Government in Kenya, cited that the CS had promised on special attention and security to aspiring female politicians. She said, “Matiang’i had promised sometimes back that women candidates would be provided with security. When we started the campaigns we were urging the government to provide us with security to be able to mount our campaigns without fear and intimidation."
Nine female candidates have been selected to vie for the governor seat accross the country.
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