Mens Conference Chairman Stephen Letoo has issued a set of guidelines to women ahead of his anticipated inaugural Mens Conference.
In his statement on Saturday, February 10, 2024, Letoo affirmed that the organisation had been registered as required by the laws and the Constitution and as such it was legally recognised.
"One year since we held our inaugural conference in Carnivore, the men's conference group has made a milestone and is now fully registered as required by our laws and the constitution," Letoo stated.
Explaining the guidelines, Letoo directed women to pack their husbands' bags in full as they prepare to embark on a trip to different destinations for the conference.
He also warned women that the earliest they should be expecting their male partners back is on Sunday evening.
"I'm directing all women that their husbands to pack their husbands' bags in full because we will be designating a lot of members to move out of their destinations and counties to cross border counties to take care of this initiative, so the earliest you should be expecting your boyfriend, your brother, your father back home is on Sunday evening," he stated.
The vocal scribe stated that should the men not show up by Sunday evening, the women should inquire to the organisation for a follow-up on their whereabouts.
"Failure for them to show up on Sunday evening in their respective homes, you are hereby requested to contact our offices for the Mens Conference that is at St Georges House first floor room no. 104 along Parliament Road so that we take it upon ourselves to trace them for you," he added.
Letoo also noted that the year's theme will be championing the well-being of the boy child with the main focus being road safety for boda boda riders.
The journalist also stated that organisers at the event will launch a road safety campaign dubbed 'DONATE A REFLECTOR JACKET AND SAVE OUR MEN' to curb road carnage.
"Majority of those who lost their lives sadly are boda boda riders who are part and parcel of the men's conference group. 99 % of the riders are men and we care for our fellow men.
"We want to discourage a situation where a man leaves the house in the morning and never returns home leaving behind orphans and widows just because he died on the road," the journalist added.