County First Ladies Launch New Website for Improved Transparency

  • Wives to Kenyan Governors, through their County First Ladies Association (CFLA), on Thursday launched a new website in a transparency drive.

    According to the creators of the site (cfla.or.ke), the first ladies made the move in an effort to provide as much accurate information about themselves as possible.

    We launched the site yesterday for the County First Ladies as they aimed at providing as much accurate information about their association as possible.” stated the representative.

    The website has published some photographs and background information of the county first ladies including the projects they have championed in the past.

    The site also contains a pioneer section which contains profiles of former county first ladies.

    CFLA, an association formed in 2014, is composed of wives to the sitting governors who were elected to the post.

    The CFLA is a non-political and non-religious association, whose membership requirement is being a female spouse of a sitting Governor.

    The Association was formed out of a desire for the County First Ladies to contribute to the socio- economic development of their Counties,” read a statement on the newly launched site.

    CFLA was created to enhance dialogue as well as to network, and engage in strategic action to improve the welfare of the citizens.

    Besides, the first ladies aim at developing a legitimate office for themselves, create awareness of the post and upgrade a training forum to expand the capacities of the first lady.

    The association is currently chaired by Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana’s wife H.E. Nazi Kivutha.

    The first ladies have been spotted championing for girls empowerment, peace, creating cancer awareness as well as uplifting the vulnerable people in the society.