The glamorous, young and cute MCA driving Kakamega politics

 

If looks and charm could win elections, these beautiful women we are witnessing in Kenyan politics, would never lose! Seriously, with these hotties around, Kenyan politics has become anything but boring!

She mentors girls, loves playing football and her fans love her, proving her mettle in politics.

Leylah Muhandale is the hottest MCA representing Lugari, Kakamega county. She was just 23 when she vied as an independent candidate and beat 17 male contestants to become Lumakanda Ward boss in the August 2017 general elections.

Take a sneak peak into her life in politics through these pictures:

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Leyla Muhandale (MCA Lumakanda Ward)

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Mlango Kubwa MCA Mutheu Musyimi’s photos show the life of a female politician

 

It is not easy being a woman in politics since this is predominantly a male territory, Women have to work harder, and prove themselves more, be more assertive.

But what does it take to be a successful female politician?

Women politicians need to have a supportive spouse, so they can hire help or they have family members who can help, because politics is 24/7.

The phone never stops ringing, there are events to go to all the time. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekends, holidays etc. There’s never a day that doesn’t pass when somebody will call them to go to an event, birthday celebration, a harambee, etc.

Mlango Kubwa MCA is hardworking. She is always sharing what she is upto and why she pushes herself. ‘She once wrote:

We are very Much committed in making Mlango Kubwa the best place to Live, Work and Invest in.

She seems to like people, enjoys going to events and helping people. She is doing a people job.

One other thing we like about her is she is an extrovert and energized by people, She is always seen in her community.

She poses a simple Bible quote about this

Galatians 6:9 And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.

Here are her pictures hard at work and do have a Blessed Day.

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Pauline Wanjira, the MCA who was beaten by male colleague in Arusha speaks out

Magutu MCA Pauline Wanjira denied reports that she was drinking in a bar when she was attacked in Arusha.

She said some people are circulating false information that she was drinking when a fight broke out between her and a male colleague from Nyeri.

MCAs were attending a training in Arusha when the violence occurred on May 14.

The MCA told a Nyeri MP to stop spreading rumours about the incident. She spoke to the media at the Nyeri county assembly in the company of other women MCAs.

Wanjira said the lawmaker should have listened to both sides. She said it is wrong for him to visit media houses with a false version.

“I was not in a bar. It was around 7:30pm to 8pm. We were having supper together when a disagreement arose. We were all sleeping in one hotel,” she said.

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Wanjira said they were having a discussion about the new Nyeri deputy governor when the debate degenerated into a fight. She suffered injuries on her eye, face and hand.

Her colleagues said there are better ways of sorting out differences instead of resorting to physical confrontation.

The MCAs condemned the attack on Wanjira and demanded that justice be served.

They asked why Nyeri Woman Representative Rahab Mukami has remained silent on the matter. Nominated MCA Rose Wairimu said since the incident was reported, no action has been taken against the suspect.

“It is normal for people to disagree, but disputes can be settled without someone being harmed,” she said.

Wairimu said violence aganst women is increasing and authorities need to act swiftly on the case.

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