Chairman of the Maendeleo ya Wanaume (MAWE) Nderitu Njoka, has laid out a plan for all Kenyan men that according to him would curb the rampant cases of women chopping off men's private organs.
Njoka stated that he would set out campaigns across the country to urge the electorate not to vote for female candidates in the upcoming General Election.
He noted that women in leadership were silent as men were being brutalised in the country, therefore, there was no need of electing them if they could not condemn such horrendous acts.
"We have come up with a solution and we are now starting to mobilise men in the coming elections that women should not be voted as leaders unless they stop this hineous habit of chopping off men's private parts." Njoka stated.
However, the MAWE chairman indicated that there were still some noble women in the country, whom they would target and join in the campaign to fight for men's rights.
Njoka's statements come after several incidents of women chopping off men's genitals, with the most recent case being reported in Mombasa, where a man died after his wife cut his manhood.
It was reported that the tussle between the two ensued after the woman found her husband with a lover at a pub.
Here is the video courtesy of NTV: