At the age of 25, Caesar still clings to his father's words: "I am going to get a job as a bank manager in South Africa, because our country is now liberated, then I will come back to take you and your mother to live in my country."
For the first time in Kenyan history, the Kenyan Parliament has got more women as Members of Parliament. With 22 women MPs out of 222, the figures are still small comparing with Rwanda which has supposed the 50% mark and now stands at 56.7%.
However, to be able gauge how Parliament is trying to mainstream gender issues in its day to day activities, from debates on different bills, priority of bills to Committee Sessions, African Woman and Child Feature Service has developed a Scorecard to monitor Parliament with key set indicators.
The aim is to establish from a qualitative aspect the difference women bring into Parliament and the following indicators will be used;