Educational Program for Empowering African Women into Undertaking Political Leadership Roles in Africa: Kenya

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Omae, Kevin
Master of Leadership Development
Africa is often cited for its inexplicable leadership styles and methods of administration. It is also frequently cited for its inadequacies more than its adequacies. This study examines the adequacies and inadequacies of Africa in relation to African women. It asserts that African women are a big asset to Africa who should be utilized for the greater good of the continent. In its research of an African country, Kenya, the study found that more people were in agreement that African women could help rebuild the nation, maintain peace, sustain development, and encourage economic and political maturity. The findings of the research are intended to encourage more Kenyan and African women to take up more political posts and participate in more leadership roles.