Vocal city preacher pastor Godfrey Migwi has come out with guns blazing to castigate the crop of women leaders in the country.
In a Facebook post, Migwi recalled the days when women leaders were not favored by men or the constitution in their bid to lead.
According to him the current women leaders are slay queens who's duty is to please their political masters in bed and politics likening them to a shell of what we had in the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
"I have watched with dismay the continued political confrontations of our women leaders – Inua Mama and Embrace, as each faction strives to please their political demigods ahead of 2022 general elections. The current women leaders are a shell of what we had in the 70s, 80s, and 90s," read his post in part.
He stated that women like Rose Waruhio, Dr.Julia Ojiambo, Prof Wangari Maathai, Zipporah Kittony Asiyo Phoebe Nyiva Mwendwa, JaneKiano Charity Ngilu MarthaKarua Agnes Ndetei among other women leaders proved that some problems needed good brains, attention focused and a public service mentality. He said the country was wrong to think that having more women leaders will help in solving women related issues.
"Unfortunately, we fell for the common fallacy that by having more women in Parliament we would automatically achieve agency and better representation on (women’s) issues. Wrong! Quantity does not always translate into quality. Today, quantity has trumped over quality," he said.
Migwi stated that pioneer women leaders worked relentlessly without budget or support from Non-governmental Organisations on matters to do with women compared to current ones who have it shown any ounce of maturity.
"Fast forward to 2019, enters the drama queens like Cate Waruguru, Susan Kihika, Gathoni Wamuchomba, Millie Odhiambo, Millicent Omanga, Anab Subow, Aisha Jumwa, Gladys Wanga, Gladys Boss Sholei, Mishi Mboko, etc. Not even their elder peers like Alice Wahome and Jane Kihara has shown any maturity or physical integrity; what a disgrace," he noted.
"Women on loose with sweet names like inua mama, embrace their aim is to divide this nation," he concluded.