Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has been accused of pulling down gains made by women over the years.
Following her recent attack on Inua Mama and Embrace groups where she termed them as “cheerleaders” for male politicians, the leaders said Karua had outlived her usefulness.
Speaking at Bomet Green Stadium during an Inua Mama-Jenga Taifa Initiative the group Chairperson Alice Wahome said Karua of being used to divide the women of Kenya.
Ms Wahome said Karua has been a role model to many women across the country but her recent attacks and bad language has only portrayed her as someone on hire.
“”You need to understand that the space and the growth of women which you started has now reached another level, check your words so that they do not bring women down, “Wahome told Karua
Wahome urged Karua to refrain from uttering negative words against both Embrace and Inua Mama adding that she has no business presiding over other women leaders.
“When you say that women leaders in Embrace and Inua Mama are cheerleaders, what do you want to tell Kenyans?” she questioned.
Wahome noted that such utterances should not come from a renowned leader who is supposed to offer guidance and support to upcoming women leaders
“If she want to give us advice, she is welcome but we reject the manner she is using to deliver the message, “added Wahome.
Ms Jane Chebaiba Mp (Elgeyo Marakwet) said those opposed to Inua Mama-Jenga Taifa are jealous of the great work they are doing to uplift the women and youths.
“Those criticizing and attacking us are jealous of what we are doing, I want them to know that we are intensifying what we are doing across the country”she said
Ms Soipan Tuya Mp (Narok) said women across the country were fully behind Deputy President William Ruto to take over from President Kenyatta.
Ms Soipan said Dr Ruto is a development conscious leaders who will steer the country to the next level.