VIDEO: Carolyne Buyela Reveals Why There are More Women than Men

Bungoma County Director for Special Programs at a fundraising event in Maraka Ward, Webuye East Constituency in Bungoma County. PHOTO/COURTESY
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A Bungoma County Director has revealed why there are more women than men in Kenya.

Speaking during a fundraising event of a girl supposed to join university, the County Director for special Programs Carolyne Buyela said women have few chances of getting husbands than men.

“You can find one man having three women but still spot several other women staying in rental houses without men,” she said.

“Have you ever seen a man without a woman, unless it’s his own wish?” She paused.

Ms Buyela, who lost her dear husband to cardiac arrest two years ago, challenged women to take up leadership positions in the society instead of leaving to men.

She also affirmed that the women, being the majority, should this time have a woman as either a governor or a deputy Governor in 2027.

“I have said that we shall support Governor Wycliffe Wangamati up to 2027 but being the ones that give birth, either the Governor or the Deputy Governor in Bunoma County must be a woman.

Her sentiments come barely two weeks to the national census process scheduled on 24th and 25th August 2019.

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Ms Buyela has been on the forefront advocating for women empowerment, an initiative that has earned her applause from the locals.

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