Women politicians countrywide have been asked to go back and serve their electorates at grass roots level.
Coast women activists scoffed at the women leaders for completely failing in playing their mandatory roles in the society.
Haki Africa Deputy Executive Director Salma Hemed said the politicians are yet to foreground any tangible women and youth issues at national level.
She criticised them for being mouthpiece for male politicians especially on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI).
“We expected these women to ensure the two third gender rule is fully attained, youth and persons with disability issues fully addressed but to our surprise we only see them politicking,” noted Salma.
She urged women leaders to go back to their counties and initiate projects and programs that will uplift the living standards of the community.
“The Building Bridges Initiative report has in fact created serious divisions among Kenyans and unfortunately women leaders are used to fuel the divisions,” she noted.
She appealed to the women leaders to remain focused and properly execute their mandates.
She further criticised them for tarnishing women and youth hope.
He remarks comes amid serious heated debate over the BBI report.
Those against the BBI allied to Deputy President William Ruto have rubbished the report saying it is only meant to create political posts for politicians.