I will not support the Two Thirds Gender Bill, it will bring lazy and brainless Slay Queens to Parliament in the name of Women leaders – Jubilee MP

Tuesday November 20,2018 - A vocal Jubilee Party legislator has said that he will not support the TwoThirds Gender Bill, terming it a move by 'Slay Queens' who want to join Parliament without hard work.

Addressing journalists at Parliament Buildings on Tuesday, Kimilili MP, Didmus Barasa, said he will rally his counterparts not to support the Bill sponsored by Leader of Majority, Aden Duale.

"Some women leaders have also said that they will not support a process where the only thing that a Slay Queen does is take a shower three times in a day, wear a nice cologne, and get some contracts from China to get these plastic sitting allowances so that she can appear before the party leader and get the party nomination," Barasa said.

The Jubilee-elected lawmaker said it is unfortunate that while there are many women working hard to contribute to the community, there are others who are lazy and are seeking a free ticket.

"We can't just fill Parliament with people, but rather people who will add value. We only want women of substance, those respected in this country, and above all, the Wanjikus, Anyagos and Naliakas must be given an opportunity to decide if they want to be represented by them," he said.


  1. bravo!

    think for a minute of the house smelling rotten pussies rat fucking whole as mpigs. the house will not have brains.

    you can hear majority of them talking their tribal English than real English in the house. that's the shit that comes with the bill.

  2. they will only nominate their malayas, nothing else

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