The outspoken chairman has laid out a plan for all Kenyan men that according to him would curb the menace.
He 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 leaders in the country were silent as men continued to suffer from domestic violence, and therefore, there is no need to vote them in if they cannot condemn such heinous acts.
Njoka’s statement comes after a recent case in Mombasa where a man died after his wife cut off his manhood.
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