Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru this afternoon led a consortium of women politicians in lashing out at those fighting over the 2022 elections.
While speaking to the press, the women leaders from across the political divide said they have dropped hard lined stances for the sake of handshake, building bridges and the Big Four agenda.
“We reject early campaigns that are polarizing this country and opening wounds when elections are more than three years away,” Waiguru said.
“We reject politics that preach tribe against tribe region against region and party against party,we reject in totality the politics of blackmail, intimidation, threats and bloodshed. We have been therefore before and we as women are not going back there again,” She added.
Others present were Homa bay women rep Gladys Wanga, Sabina Chege (Muranga Woman Rep), Mishi Mboko (Likoni MP) and Rosa Buyu (Kisumu Woman Rep).
The women leaders labeled the succession wars pitting Jubilee leaders against each other over the 2022 elections as backward.
The launched their new movement dubbed “Embrace” aimed at bringing women together to build bridges for Kenya.
“We will stand with Uhuru and Raila in the path they are leading the country… The handshakes is not about Uhuru and Raila, it is about all of us,” said Wanga.
The ‘Embrace’ team now says they will be moving around the country to preach unity and boost the war on corruption.
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