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In Kilifi County, Malindi women congregated from three Coastal counties- Lamu, Kwale and Kilifi- to reflect on the concluded 2017 August 8th Elections. During the review workshop that took place at the PEARL Hotel, the women shared their experiences and the lessons they learnt from their involvement in politics. Male champions were not left behind in this workshop.. They also shared with the women who attended and gave them hope and some tactics that would help the women moving forward.

Some of the challenges that the women faced during the election period include:

  • Nominations that were done in a partisan and tribal way. Party officials with a ready lineup of preferred candidates during the primaries. This led to a number of candidates losing in an unfair way because the officials tampered with the nomination process. This led to a number of women hoping to other parties and …Read More

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In West Pokot County, Kapenguria women congregated from three Coastal counties- Lmu, Kwale and Kilifi- to reflect on the concluded 2017 August 8th Elections. During the review workshop that took place at the PEARL Hotel, the women shared their experiences and the lessons they learnt from their involvement in politics. Male champions were not left behind in this workshop.. They also shared with the women who attended and gave them hope and some tactics that would help the women moving forward.

Some of the challenges that the women faced during the election period include:

  • Nominations that were done in a partisan and tribal way. Party officials with a ready lineup of preferred candidates during the primaries. This led to a number of candidates losing in an unfair way because the officials tampered with the nomination process. This led to a number of women hoping to other parties and …Read More

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In Nyamira County, Nyamira women congregated from three Nyanza counties- Kisumu, Kisii and Migori- to reflect on the concluded 2017 August 8th Elections. During the review workshop that took place at the Guardian Hotel, the women shared their experiences and the lessons they learnt from their involvement in politics. Male champions were not left behind in this workshop.. They also shared with the women who attended and gave them hope and some tactics that would help the women moving forward.

Some of the challenges that the women faced during the election period include:

  • Nominations that were done in a partisan and tribal way. Party officials with a ready lineup of preferred candidates during the primaries. This led to a number of candidates losing in an unfair way because the officials tampered with the nomination process. This led to a number of women hoping to other parties and …Read More

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In Kilifi County, Malindi women congregated from three Coastal counties- Lmu, Kwale and Kilifi- to reflect on the concluded 2017 August 8th Elections. During the review workshop that took place at the PEARL Hotel, the women shared their experiences and the lessons they learnt from their involvement in politics. Male champions were not left behind in this workshop.. They also shared with the women who attended and gave them hope and some tactics that would help the women moving forward.

Some of the challenges that the women faced during the election period include:

  • Nominations that were done in a partisan and tribal way. Party officials with a ready lineup of preferred candidates during the primaries. This led to a number of candidates losing in an unfair way because the officials tampered with the nomination process. This led to a number of women hoping to other parties and …Read More

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