Law society of Kenya Vice President Faith Odhiambo has hit the road in a race to succeed Eric Theuri as the next President in the February 2024 polls.

Odhiambo, who is gunning to be its next President, believes that a wrong approach has been taken by agitators in pushing for gender equity, and particularly, the enactment of the two-third gender rule.

Odhiambo, who started off as a council member under the Presidency of Nelson Havi and got elected vice president in the current term whose life is in the waning days, says that she is in the race to sustain the stability of society.

“The society is effective when we are cohesive, united and stable because by that we attract and assure development partners and supporters and is able to achieve significant results in the interest of the members and the public,” Odhiambo says.

She adds that under her leadership, fearlessness with a huge dosage of pragmatism will be the cornerstone of society.

We will call out the duty bearers in the executives and the judiciary without fear, favour, or prejudice and also work with them in a pragmatic fashion in the interest of the public and the members,” the LSK Vice President adds.

By Fred Odanga Azelwa.