Itumbi, Sabina Chege in social media spat over Inua mama remark

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Murang’a Woman Rep Sabina Chege told Jubilee digital strategist Dennis Itumbi to leave women affairs to women after he made a comment that did not settle well with her.
Itumbi was responding to Chege’s revelation that women leaders had decided to disband political factions and work together, during the launch of the Building Bridges Initiative report at the Bomas of Kenya.
The women leaders are divided into two factions; Team Embrace, a group allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga and Inua Mama, a group allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
“As of today, as women leaders in this country, we are killing the different women groups; Team Embrace and Inua Mama. Following the BBI report, women leaders in Kenya will be united,” Chege had affirmed.
Taking to his Twitter page, Itumbi addressed Sabina, posting photos of various projects that Inua Mama had initiated, adding that the group had a social empowerment agenda.
“Dear Sabina Chege, Embrace, let us face it had a political agenda, if any. Inua Mama has a social empowerment agenda. Inua Mama, therefore, will not fold [sic]. Here some pictures to remind you what Inua is,” Itumbi stated.
The remark did not seem to impress the lawmaker, who in turn fiercely responded;
‘Will answer you back when you become a woman. Enjoy your evening,” Sabina remarked.

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