Baringo Senator Gideon Moi on Sunday hosted a delegation of women leaders led by Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru at his Kabarak home.
According to Senator Moi the 17 women leaders drawn from across the country are part of a coalition of the like minded.
Moi revealed that they discussed issues affecting women and particularly the Building Bridges Initiative(BBI).
“I am very happy to note that in the BBI there is an issue which uplifts the standards of living of women and I have assured them of my personal support and our party support,”said Moi.
The KANU Chairman said BBI is important as it will bring inclusivity and that it contains a number of issues it will change the lives of Kenyans for the better.
The lawmaker said the coronavirus had hindered BBI campaigns but are now waiting for the green light in order to launch campaigns to explain to Kenyans the details in the document.
Baringo Women Rep Gladwell Tungo also welcomed the women leaders saying Rift Valley region is peaceful.
The women leaders included Nyeri Deputy Governor Dr Caroline Karugu, Senator Abshiro Halake, Gladys Wanga(Homabay), Mishi Mboko(Likoni), Gathoni Wa Muchomba(Kiambu), Naisula Lesuuda(Samburu East) , Maison Leshoomo(Samburu), Senator Agnes Zani, Fatuma Gedi(Wajir) , Former Women Rep Priscilla Nyokabi and Former Speaker Beatrice Elachi.
Also present during the meeting was KANU Secretary General Nick Salat.