TV show proves women's desire to vie for presidency

Ms Nereah Amondi Oketch. She was crowned as "president" in the reality TV show Ms President. PHOTO | MWANGI JOHN MUCHURA | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Betty Adera reckons that the most important thing a leader needs is just a good head on their shoulders.
  • Kamencu says the question should be about whether or not the Kenyan woman is ready to play the game of politics knowing that it's a high stake one. She must be willing to fail.

Did the just concluded Ms President show strike the right chord on the future of women sitting on the country’s top throne? Joan Thatiah talks to Ms President contestants and a former presidential aspirant and unearths the truth


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