Suna North Member of Parliament Hon Millie Odhiambo, has revealed her political ambition of becoming the first female president in Kenya. Speaking during the debate on approval of the Chief Justice nominee Lady Justice Martha Koome, Odhiambo said that she has dream of making a history of becoming the first female president in the country. However, the vocal ODM legislator added that she will do that after her party leader Raila Amolo Odinga becomes the President.
Odhiambo added that female are also capable of leading the country even in the top positions like judiciary and excutive, just like the way men have been doing. She lauded the incoming Chief Justice Martha Koome for proving that a woman is also capable reaching the top offices of the land, and she will also follow her in leading the excutive arm of government immediately after the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
"Mr Speaker I will be also the first female president in Kenya after the Right Hon Raila Odinga Amolo Odinga. Lady Justice Martha Koome has proved to us that a woman can also occupy the top offices of government, and I will follow her to lead the executive arm as the President after Raila Odinga." She said.
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