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Do you think Kenyans can vote for a woman president?

Do you think Kenyans can vote for a woman president in the next 20 years?

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64.86%Yes ( 24 voters )
27.03%No ( 10 voters )
8.11%Undecided ( 3 voters )
Based On 37 Votes

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1 Her Answer

  1. Yes, Kenya can vote for a woman president since our democracy has since matured.

    Yes, Kenya can vote for a woman president since our democracy has since matured.

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  2. Yes Kenyans can vote for a woman president. As we keep opening our minds to newer ways of thinking Kenyans might be open to voting for a female president.

    Yes Kenyans can vote for a woman president. As we keep opening our minds to newer ways of thinking Kenyans might be open to voting for a female president.

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3 Him Answers

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    Kenya is slowly maturing politically and we can indeed have a woman president. However, there are so many related factors to consider like what another member shared: Can we vote for leaders who don't carry the normalised "politician's identity" stereotype? Once we change the idea in our heads of whRead more

    Kenya is slowly maturing politically and we can indeed have a woman president. However, there are so many related factors to consider like what another member shared: Can we vote for leaders who don’t carry the normalised “politician’s identity” stereotype? Once we change the idea in our heads of what a leader should look like we will be in a position to make better choices during elections.

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  2. My answer is YES. I believe in Kenya. I believe in feminism as a movement that will one day become part of our National Heritage. I believe in more girls being able to access education. I believe that one day we will create solutions for sanitary towels. I believe one day (probably even 2030), thingRead more

    My answer is YES.

    I believe in Kenya. I believe in feminism as a movement that will one day become part of our National Heritage. I believe in more girls being able to access education. I believe that one day we will create solutions for sanitary towels. I believe one day (probably even 2030), things like FGM will be in the past. I believe that our Judicial System will be fair enough to prosecute the monsters who defile and abuse our women. I believe rape will stop being a normal thing. I believe women will stop being defined by their families but by who they are as a person. I believe we can vote in solidarity and elect a woman who will take us to the next level.

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  3. Kenyans are not yet ready for a woman president. Not because women cannot lead but because they are used to seeing men dominate the political leadership position. Anoyher reaso is because women are not rising to challenge men in the presidential elections. Women themselves are not ready to be presidRead more

    Kenyans are not yet ready for a woman president. Not because women cannot lead but because they are used to seeing men dominate the political leadership position. Anoyher reaso is because women are not rising to challenge men in the presidential elections. Women themselves are not ready to be president.
    But between now and the next 20 yrs, maybe the perception of men leading in vieing for political leadership will change and women will be ready to challenge their male counterparts.

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3 Answers

  1. with the right reasons and influence, Kenyans can vote for anyone. But it's not that easy due to cultural believes and tribal bonds.

    with the right reasons and influence, Kenyans can vote for anyone. But it’s not that easy due to cultural believes and tribal bonds.

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  2. voting for a woman is possible even by now we can but there is one problem her influence... her evidence of being a good leader and getting rid of the current situation of tribalism...

    voting for a woman is possible even by now we can but there is one problem her influence… her evidence of being a good leader and getting rid of the current situation of tribalism…

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