Nominated Jubilee Legislator, Hon. David Ole Sankok, has caused a stir by sensationally discriminating unmarried women. Hon. Sankok who is leading a campaign against the two thirds gender bill now says those (women) to be nominated must be married. If not married, the women should not have children from more than one man.
The Member of Parliament claims that for unmarried women to be nominated, they must be paaraded and a DNA Test carried out to ascertain the father or fathers to the kids; Those with kids from more than one father should not be nominted. The Legislator who represents special interest groups goes on to liken women with kids from one man to the prostitutes.
He was on record this week, on Tuesday 20th November 2018, saying the nomination slots should not be set aside for ‘Slay Queens’ which loosely means prostitutes.
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Such conditions go against chapter six of the Kenyan Constitution on integrity; which does not duscriminate leaders based on marital status.