Sabina Chege promises she will be Kenya’s 1st female president
Nominated MP Sabina Chege has expressed her desire to become Kenya’s first female president. In an interview with media personality Willis Raburu, Chege said she is confident that she can lead the country effectively.
“I pray that I will be the first female President of Kenya and I pray to God that that day will come,” Chege said. “I can tell you about women and leadership. When a woman is in position, she is a mother; she can take care of everybody.”
Chege also compared male and female leaders, saying that men can sometimes be “abrasive and high-handed,” while women are more likely to be nurturing and inclusive.
Chege’s political journey began in 2013 when she was elected Woman Representative for Murang’a County. She has served in various roles within the Jubilee Party, including acting party leader.
Chege’s aspiration to become president is ambitious, but she is not the first Kenyan woman to express such an interest. In recent years, there has been a growing movement to promote women’s leadership in the country.
Whether or not Chege will achieve her goal of becoming president remains to be seen. However, her ambition is an inspiration to women across Kenya who are aspiring to leadership positions.