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March 16, 2012

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  1. Pili Pili Hoho Says:

    UKABILA ON THE HIGHEST POINT!IF YOU DO NOT BELONG TO FAVOURABLE TRIBE NO CONTRAC T FOR HOUSES IN NAIROBI>
    Panic as demolitions move to Outering road
    Panic as demolitions move to Outering road

    Several buildings along Nairobi’s Outering road are set to be demolished in a week’s time to pave way for the expansion of the road. The City Council of Nairobi (CCN), in an enforcement notice has ordered developers to stop further constructions on the road reserve. Occupiers of the affected structures worth hundreds of millions of shillings also have a week to vacate the houses. The notice dated 12th March 2012, has sent the over 3,000 residents of Mathare Area One into a panic although they have vowed to stay put and wait for the bulldozers. Most of the buildings to be knocked down in the latest wave of demolitions are four storied. One of the residents, Peter Akoyo, 29, told journalists that he has lived in the area for many years noting that like most of the other residents he has come to regard the place as home. “I’m completely disappointed by the quit notice and I can’t imagine moving out to an unknown destination, “he said. Those willing to move out say that they are unable to raise the requisite deposits and rent that landlords are demanding. The agony has further been worsened by the sudden increase of rent by landlords who have taken advantage of the residents’ desperation for accommodation. The residents’ efforts to get refunds of their deposits have also been unsuccessful as the landlords have gone into hiding. According to Dorine Akinyi, landlords have increased rent by at least Sh1,000 to cash in on the situation. She said that their current landlords have also vanished making it hard for them to access their one-month deposits. She appealed to the City Council bosses to give them up to end of the month to enable them seek alternative accommodation. She said that some tenants have been turned away by certain landlords on the basis of their communities. “Some landlords are asking for one’s tribe before deciding whether to accept his or her tenancy. It is really sad,” she said.

    Several buildings along Nairobi’s Outering road are set to be demolished in a week’s time to pave way for the expansion of the road. The City Council of Nairobi (CCN), in an enforcement notice has ordered developers to stop further constructions on the road reserve. Occupiers of the affected structures worth hundreds of millions of shillings also have a week to vacate the houses. The notice dated 12th March 2012, has sent the over 3,000 residents of Mathare Area One into a panic although they have vowed to stay put and wait for the bulldozers. Most of the buildings to be knocked down in the latest wave of demolitions are four storied. One of the residents, Peter Akoyo, 29, told journalists that he has lived in the area for many years noting that like most of the other residents he has come to regard the place as home. “I’m completely disappointed by the quit notice and I can’t imagine moving out to an unknown destination, “he said. Those willing to move out say that they are unable to raise the requisite deposits and rent that landlords are demanding. The agony has further been worsened by the sudden increase of rent by landlords who have taken advantage of the residents’ desperation for accommodation. The residents’ efforts to get refunds of their deposits have also been unsuccessful as the landlords have gone into hiding. According to Dorine Akinyi, landlords have increased rent by at least Sh1,000 to cash in on the situation. She said that their current landlords have also vanished making it hard for them to access their one-month deposits. She appealed to the City Council bosses to give them up to end of the month to enable them seek alternative accommodation. She said that some tenants have been turned away by certain landlords on the basis of their communities. “Some landlords are asking for one’s tribe before deciding whether to accept his or her tenancy. It is really sad,” she said.

  2. Zebediah Kanginga MwanaMzito(Kivu) Says:

    Norwegian Dogs ofWar(Soldiers of fortune)Killing an African and training Warlords in the DRC >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PelN_3_UF0o&feature=related

  3. dume Says:

    March 15, 2012
    Lubanga Conviction Boosts ICC – But Weaknesses Remain

    yawa, yawa, kikuyu and kalenjin mafia should accept that uhuru kenyatta and ruto will in a matter of time join lubanga of DRC to serve 30 years of teeth gnashing years at the hague for their atrocities.mambo mbaya.

    Wednesday’s conviction of Thomas Lubanga at the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges of recruiting child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was a historic moment for the institution – the first successful prosecution in its 10-year history. But analysts say the ICC is still far short of becoming a truly international court of justice.

    Luis Moreno-Ocampo

    As the chief prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo has become the global face of the International Criminal Court at the Hague. The conviction of Thomas Lubanga – the first in the court’s history – was a big moment for the Argentine lawyer.

    “An international court investigated the suffering of some of the most vulnerable members of humanity – children in war zones,” he said. “The court provided a fair trial to the suspect and convicted him. It is a victory for humanity.”

    The charges in Lubanga’s conviction were based solely on the use of child soldiers.

    ICC analyst Phil Clark of the University of London, says the scope and reach of the court remains limited.

    “I think there’s growing skepticism about whether the ICC can change conflict dynamics on the ground,” Clark said. “I think there’s a feeling that the court is still a very distanced institution, it’s based in the Hague, it doesn’t touch the lives of people on the ground.”

    Africa

    In addition to the Democratic Republic of Congo, the ICC prosecutor has opened investigations into seven other situations in Africa.

    Among them is the inquiry into the Lord’s Resistance Army, originally from Uganda, whose leader, Joseph Kony, is also accused of the forcible recruitment of tens of thousands of child soldiers.

    Kony gained worldwide media attention in recent days after an online video made by the advocacy group Invisible Children, highlighting the allegations against him, spread all over the internet.

    But analyst Phil Clark says the court has been inconsistent in its targets.

    “A good example of this recently is the fact that the ICC stood by while the Ugandan government fired on its civilians after the elections last year,” he said. “That’s an example of a country that the ICC has been working in for a very long time, where there’s been no change in the conflict.”

    Politics

    Three permanent members of the United Nations Security Council – the U.S., Russia and China – have refused to sign up with the International Criminal Court, citing fears of politically-motivated prosecutions.

    Clark says ICC Prosecutor Ocampo is building a warmer relationship with President Barack Obama.

    “He’s very pleased that the U.S. has allowed investigations both in Darfur and also recently in Libya, which shows that the U.S. perhaps is warming to the ICC,” said Clark. “But it’s only when those big powers come on board and are willing to subject their own personnel to prosecutions that we can argue that this has become a truly global institution.”

    Ocampo leaves office in June, to be replaced by Fatou Bensouda of Gambia – the first time an African will hold the chief prosecutor job.

    http://www.voanews.com/english/news/africa/Lubanga-Conviction-Boosts-ICC—But-Weaknesses-Remain-142819925.html

  4. Horatius Dumengo Says:

    MAINA JENGA AND HIS MUNGIKI YOUTH ON MARCH TO POWER>KENYANS ARE FANTASTIC>GOD HELP KENYA>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nf_9-L87rpk&feature=player_embedded

  5. Chemge Kalei Maima Says:

    WAKENYA MUMEROGWA KWELI KABISA NA MCHAWI AKIWA UCHI >UHURU/ RUTO PRAYERS OF WAR!IN DISGUISE>

  6. RAILA NI SIMBA Says:

    UHURU& COMPANY MIGHT KILL(ASSASINATE)RAO(RAILA AMOLO OGINGA)WATCH THIS>

  7. Niki Sigonde Says:

    KABUTU AN ICC (OCAMPO WITNESS)>How did the defence defend this? Not a single word. One witness claims that on Jan 23rd or so he got a text message to go to a certain place where they were picked by City Hoppa buses , driven thru panya routes and eventually arrived at State house where senior Mungish addressed them in the presence of govt officials who supposedly assured these warriors that the police would not stop them. Then he goes ahead and says that they were put in military trucks, supplied with police uniforms and pangas and driven to Naivasha. Now to me this is strange because – Why do they need military trucks if they were not to stopped by police enroute to naivasha while they had been brought in by City Hoppas initially? How come they went to Naivasha while we all know Central Rift retaliatory violence started in nakuru and a few days later spread to naivasha after the army intervened? How naive are you to allow people dressed in police uniform to weld pangas instead of the Heckler and Koch standard issue G3-A3 assault rifles ( laughable to see a cop carrying a panga) To me such allegations should have been high on the defence – like provide the numbers of vehicles that entered state house on that day for a start and also a roll of all meetings that day. I think the defence is bungling big time here.

  8. Charles Andrianasoavina Says:

    See the other side of Kibakis Kenya >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33yh6Z5T1kA&feature=player_embedded

  9. Charles Andrianasoavina Says:

    HERE IS THE EVIDENT >THAT RUTO ASKED TO BE TAKEN TO HAGUE >http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGNfuXUC15w&feature=player_embedded#!

  10. Kigeu Geu Says:

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  12. Lefthesianz Hohenhof Says:

    KENYAN( POLITICALCRIMINALS)THINKS THEY ARE VERY SMART THE ICC MAY ISSUE SECRET ARREST WARRANTS TO WHOEVER IS INTERFERING WITH THE WITNESS! YOU ARE BEING WATCHED WITH VERY SHARP EYES AND YOU CANT HIDE YOU WILL BE SMOKED FROM YOUR (SADAAM HUSSEIN) -PIT-HOLE>
    Police identify eight Kenyans interfering with ICC witnesses Monday, 19 March 2012 23:55 BY STAR REPORTER

    Police commissioner Mathew Iteere during a media briefing on the security situation in the country. Photo/HEZRON NJOROGE

    POLICE have identified eight Kenyans who have been interfering with International Criminal Court witnesses. Cyber crime police have been able to intercept conversations between the eight Kenyans and their associates, some who are abroad, and revealed their identities in a report to be presented to Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere today. “We know all of them, their plans and their intention. Their plan is to eliminate witnesses who will refuse to recant their statements. All that information is all contained in the report we will give to the Police Commissioner Mathews Iteere who will then pass it on to the relevant government agencies including the witness protection unit,” said a senior CID officer.

    Last week Attorney General Professor Githu Muigai ordered the police to investigate claims by ICC of interference with court witnesses. The four suspects whose cases were confirmed at the Hague are not among those on the police list. Cases of crimes against humanity were confirmed against Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta, former Head of Civil Service Francis Muthaura, Eldoret North MP William Ruto and radio journalist Joshua Sang in January although they have appealed.

    The ICC has been conducting its own investigations and it is understood that they too have identified six Kenyans who have been attempting to expose witnesses or interfere with the evidence. “Some of them have made attempts to get in touch with the witnesses who are currently under protection abroad”, said a source close to the probe within Kenya.

    The six on the police list are alleged to include prominent businessmen and political activists. The six have apparently been trying to access the witnesses by phone or through proxies to convince them to drop their evidence and return home in exchange for some promises. “Some of those being investigated have even visited homes of some of the witnesses and put pressure on their kin to help in having the witnesses withdraw their evidence”, one source told the Star.

    In one case a family of one witness was promised a car valued at Sh8 million and an already developed rural mansion on ten acres of land. Attempts to access the witnesses have been going on for the last year. The ICC’s protection unit has tightened the security around the witnesses it has taken abroad, particularly after January when the cases against the four were confirmed.

    The family of one witness which had remained in Kenya has also relocated to Europe and investigators are closely monitoring activities of some of the relatives of the witnesses who are in Kenya. Last month the ICC recovered a witness who had returned to Kenya and flew him back to Europe. The witness had returned home under unclear circumstances but he was followed up by investigators and flown out. An ICC team in Kenya has been tasked to keenly follow anyone interfering with the poll violence cases in any way. ICC Chief Prosecutor Louis Moreno Ocampo will apply for secret warrants of arrest against those confirmed of interfering.

  13. Lele Msanifu Says:

    Any form of development in any country without a cohesive, integrated and peaceful society is meaningless. Many relatively developed countries like the former Yugoslavia disintegrated because of tribalism/ethnicity/religion! Nigeria with superhighways (like those in America or South Africa) and oil is less peaceful because of religion and tribalism. Libya with one of the best road and electricity infrastructure and vast oil reserves is smoldering in ethnicity and lack of peace. Democratic Republic of Congo with immense mineral and natural wealth is up in ethnic flames and incessant wars from election to election!

    Kenya should minimize talking about the few roads that any leader could develop but how we could achieve cohesive, integrated and peaceful society that every member of the 42 ethnic communities feel part and parcel of–the great family called Kenya. However, if there is a leader who squandered the best opportunity to bring a lasting peace even after the very bad PEV experience that almost wiped the Republic of Kenya from the world’s map, then it is Kibaki! Even after the international community intervened and provided him with a roadmap to follow so as to cultivate and nature peace and ethnic co-existence among the country’s 42 or so ethnic communities, he went ahead to build police stations to try to protect his community in Rift Valley. Police stations do not mean anything if there is no peace and co-existence among those living side-by-side! Instead of personally and in cooperation with the PM working overtime to fully implement agenda #4 and tackle the land problems head-on, he created another monster in the county of Nakuru County by allowing political IDPs that did not have land in the first place in Nakuru to be imported from as far as his home province of Central while the local people from Nakuru and of non-Gikuyu communities were left in the IDPs camps or a handful transported to as far as Trans Nzoia or Kipkabus in Uasin Gishu to confuse the international community!

    The problem of land and land ownership in Rift Valley, Coast and particularly in the county of Nakuru is still a thorn in the flesh and Kibaki cannot hope that a professional body like National Land Commission (NLC)(yet to be created) will solve. There are historical land injustices that must first be tackled if permanent peace has to return to all parts of Kenya. Kibaki just outsourced his personal responsibility that was largely political to professional commissions like NCIC or TJRC that his closest confidants have continued to undermine from time to time! Now, he is not in a hurry to build confidence in wanainchi about the next elections and appear ready to continue to hang onto power hoping that a miracle could come from somewhere that this postponement will become indefinitely! What is the difference between December, 2012 and March, 2013 for a person who has a genuine love for his country? Which leader wouldn’t want to respect the tradition that has been established since independence that every December of the fifth year of parliamentary calendar, Kenyans go to the polls?

    A good leader plays by the law and the traditional already established! Kibaki and his surrogates do not respect the tradition already set that nurtures order and trust among communities particularly in a country with diverse ethnic groups. For instance, General Daudi Tonje, a great Army General and Chief of Staff established an excellent tradition and routine in the Kenya Army that allowed a natural and professional way for the army officers to move up in the army professional ranks. President Moi respected that tradition and the Kenya Army was one of the most respected armies in the world—very professional.

    However, during Kibaki’s leadership, this tradition was broken and insular interest started infiltrating into this important institution. That, in part, could explain why there have been myriads of problems in army recruitment processes that have even been taken to the country’s courts. Kibaki also went ahead to break the tradition of the retirement age that previous governments had established. The tradition was that elderly civil servants (after age 55) create room for a younger generation coming out of college and to ensure that they also get a chance to serve in the government and be proud of! His leadership also went ahead to create a commission (NCIC) that tries to protect tribalism rather than fights it.

    How could any person who understands the country’s ethnic population quota insists that “no one ethnic community should have more than 1/3 (33%) of its members in any public institution”! This was just meant to protect the members of his ethnic community that his surrogates had populated in every sector of the economy. There is no ethnic community that is 33% of the country’s population! The most populous community is only 17% of the total population and to allow 33% to persist in any public institution is to actually legalize tribalism. What about communities which make only 0.1% of the population? Are they not going to get a chance in the public employment?

    Then there was this tradition where all the political parties came together to help in setting up and in nominating commissioners to the then Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK)-the Inter-Parliamentary Political Parties Group (IPPG) that even Moi respected and which guaranteed peaceful election. Kibaki ignored and suffocated the ECK with his cronies and we all know what happened in the 2007 general elections – PEV!

    If there is any leadership that sleeps, eats, drinks, thinks, walks, talks with only one tribe in mind, then it is Kibaki’s leadership! If there is any leadership that practices impunity to its core (ethnicity/tribalism, nepotism, cronyism, sycophancy, indescribable level of arrogance, etc.,), then it is Kibaki’s leadership. If there is any leadership, if not closely watched, can auction all public institutions to ethnically and political correct folks operating with the corridors of power, then it is Kibaki’s. If there is any leadership that can do anything to prolong its stay in power, then it is Kibaki’s! If there is any leadership that can take all prime government jobs with completely disregard for others, then it is the Kibaki’s! Some of his lieutenants can go to any length, even making the president to set up tribunals to oust persons who do not belong to their tribe or who stand between them and their interests. These same folks could also come up with what has been termed as “performance contracts” to try to set up others to fail and be ousted from their positions. We have seen them come up unrealistic goals just to trap and oust leaders who could be standing on their way who are later branded that they were unable to meet their performance contract goals. This list can go on and on…and that is why peace loving Kenyans, Kenyans of good will should unite and demand for a transparent, free, fair and accountable electoral process.

    Those who have acquired public assets and institutions through unethical means become very nervous when they hear of a possibility of Raila’s presidency! That could explain why they have ganged up to malign other leaders who have great potential to become the next president, particularly Raila. They do this in various political forums, media, and some in government official channels.

  14. Quick News Ltd Says:

    MAINA NJENGA PRAYER MEETING IS BANNED BUT WHY NOT UHURU/RUTO PRAYERS ?
    well it seems that these peace/prayer/political/party rallies are the preserve of the few of international (dis)repute

    it seems some are more deserving of prayer than others

    http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2012/03/….tlawed-meeting/

    ==
    ……Muite accused the police and provincial administration of discrimination and wondered why they were stopping a peace rally. He observed that several other meetings of a similar nature had been allowed………
    ………Mututho reiterated his remarks saying people should be given equal treatment regardless of their social or political status……..
    …..They also urged the government to refrain from canceling peace rallies…..

  15. Stephene Mugoyo Says:

  16. Soligo Twati Says:

    Uhuru Hapo Umekunja Too Much> Watch your Foul-Mouth>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqlfYFcWrgg&feature=related

  17. Global News Says:

    THE TRUE COLORS OF KIBAKI-GEMA CONSPIRACY>KIBAKI WANTS TO CONTINUE BEING KENYAS PRESIDENT >MTA-DO?
    KENYANS BEING TAKEN FOR A RIDE BY THE (KIKUYU-RULING-CLASS) WENYE-NCHI!
    ITS UP TO 41 TRIBES TO WAKE-UP FROM THEIR COLLECTIVE COMATOSE>
    ——————————————————————————–
    This story provides some context… and explains where the selfishness and narrow political calculations on this matter emanate.

    http://the-star.co.ke/national/national/67768-raila-will-not-quit-coalition

    Kibaki met all the IEBC commissioners led by their chairman Ahmed Issack Hassan last Friday in Harambee House. He insisted twice that he wanted the elections be held in 2013 despite the commission requesting that a December date would be better. “We took him through a detailed plan and even showed him an opinion poll that showed most Kenyans wanted the polls to be held this year. He told us very clearly to stop wasting our time and instead go and do what we are mandated to do because his position will remain the same,” said an official who attended the meeting.

  18. Global News Says:

    LET KENYANS BLAME TUJU FOR ENSLAVING WAKENYA TO ARAB SAVAGES>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5LUEtxkHOE&feature=player_embedded

  19. Global News Says:

    SEX COMMERCIAL WORKER FORCED TO UNDERGO FGM(FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION BY JELOUS COLLEGES>Inflation in Kenya Drives Women to Commercial Sex Work
    Posted by Administrator on March 21, 2012

    Karen Gakii, Commercial Sex Worker who was mutilated by her collleagues in Nakuru, Kenya.
    With the current inflation in Kenya, the number of Commercial Sex Workers (CSW) in Nakuru, the capital of the most populated Rift Valley province, is rising steadily – a trend that began after the 2007-2008 post-election violence.

    The dangers CSWs are exposing themselves to range from HIV infection to mistreatment by clients and other workers. Karen Gakii, 22, will never forget the ordeal she underwent at the hands of her fellow CSWs.

    I learned Gakii’s story from a nurse and met her shortly after her release from the Rift Valley Province General Hospital. Gakii had come to Nakuru three years ago to work as a domestic worker. Lacking a job in Meru, Eastern Kenya, she left home to make ends meet. But mistreatment by her employer and poor pay forced her to opt for one of the world’s oldest professions.

    “I was introduced to the ‘job’ by a neighbour, who also came from Meru. She told me I would make more money that what I was earning as house help,” says the mother of one son.

    True to her advisor’s words, Gakii made an average of KES279 (USD 3.40) per night while working as a CSW along Gusii road in Nakuru’s Central Business District. This was four times what she was paid per day as a domestic worker.

    “I had never dreamt of working as a CSW, but my parents in Meru demanded that I send money for my son’s upkeep, yet I earned too little.”

    For close to two years Gakii would sustain herself and send home some money. While at work, Gakii was introduced to four other women from Meru who also worked as CSWs in Nakuru. The group would often meet at the junction between Nehu Pandit and Gusii roads.

    “Every one of us had regular clients, but sometimes we served new ones. The regular ones were from around here while the new ones were mostly visitors from other towns,” says Gakii.

    She says her colleagues were unhappy that she got more clients and often accused her of using love potions to woo clients. But it was not until she served a colleague’s regular client that Gakii would face the wrath of her life.

    “They all turned against me. My colleagues swore to teach me a lesson,” she tells me.

    Somehow Gakii’s colleagues had learned that Gakii had not undergone Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), a practice still rampant among the Meru tribe. “One day they drugged me with a drink, carried me to a lodge in Kivumbini slums, and mutilated me,” says Gakii. “I woke up the following day. The only thing I remember was taking a drink with my colleagues. I was bleeding furiously.”

    It took Gakii two weeks to seek medical attention. By the time she went to the hospital, the infection had spread. “Doctors told me my condition was very bad and I risked losing my uterus. I regret having served that client although he paid me KES 492 (USD 6). I have spent much more on treatment,” she tells me.

    Mary Masinde* is also still nursing injuries she suffered at the hands of her client. I was informed about her experiences by sources within the Kenya Police and met her at her home in the Kwa Rhoda slums.

    Masinde’s client, a banker, picked her up along Gusii Road and took her to a relatively high-class hotel. After negotiation, they agreed she would be paid KES 984 (USD 12) in the morning.

    “Normally I charge KES 189.29 (USD 2.30) for a night but sometimes I increase the price judging by the type of client,” says Masinde. “This one had a good car and also took me to an expensive hotel.”

    In the morning when Masinde asked for her pay, the client drove her to an Automated Teller Machine. He withdrew cash and drove towards Eldoret. “I kept asking for my money but he only gave me KES 189.29 (USD 2.30) instead of the amount we had agreed on,” says Masinde.

    Near the Ngata Bridge, he slowed down and pushed her out of the car. Masinde was left nursing a hand fracture and a badly bruised body.

    “I will still go back to the CSW job. This is the only way I get food for my two children,” she says.

    The Peer Counseling Department at the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru (CDN), which deals with rehabilitation of CSWs, blames the government for the increase in twilight women. “If the government created jobs for women, then most of the CSWs in Nakuru would not be in the streets,” says Vincent Omollo, the program coordinator.

    According to Omolo, who has been working in this department for 10 years, the last five years have seen the number of CSWs swell rapidly in Nakuru, Molo Gilgil, Naivasha, and Kampi Samaki in Baringo. Poverty, he says, is the bottom line of what drives most women to join the trade.

    “The situation is so bad that even high school girls confess to getting involved in commercial sex to raise school fees and earn pocket money,” says Omollo. Such girls, he says, attend school during the day and ‘work’ at night. Some are even their family’s breadwinners with most of them coming from slums.

    Most CSWs, Omollo says, prefer to be referred to as single mothers. This way, they try to justify the fact that they are involved in commercial sex to feed their children.

    While the CDN advises CSWs on the dangers of their job, Omollo says the challenge lies in giving them an alternative means of livelihood. “Most of them are willing to leave the commercial sex trade if they are funded for an alternative source of income, but sometimes we are faced by financial constrains to fund such projects.”

    According to Omollo, about 60 Nakuru CSWs have benefited from the program and have been helped to start businesses.

    While Nakuru District Commissioner Kangethe Thuku admits to having received the report on the rise in numbers of CSWs, the government has yet to do anything about curbing the situation. “I am planning to discuss the issue with the Security Committee to see how the women can be arrested and charged before court,” he told me.

    Thuku advises CSWs to reform, form groups, and take advantage of the Women Enterprise Fund offered by the Ministry of Gender and Children Affairs. Such women will be taken to a government hospital for HIV testing, treatment, and counseling.

    Thuku blames inflation and the fast growth of the town of Nakuru for the increase in CSWs. The government has already started several projects to fight poverty, especially among women. Under the Women Enterprise Fund, women are funded to start businesses and given a grace period of three months to repay at an interest of eight percent.

    While poverty may surely be blamed for increased prostitution in this region, women also need to become creative and active. They need to learn that there are better, more decent ways of earning a living.

    Source: http://thewip.net/contributors/2012/03/inflation_in_kenya_drives_wome.html

  20. Global News Says:

    CHILDREN IN KIBAKIS KENYA ARE VERY PRONE TO RAPISTS>OH MY GOD WHO RAPED THIS BABY?

    http://www.malawivoice.com/2012/03/17/10-year-old-girl-gave-birth-through-c-section-97874/

  21. Global News Says:

    WHAT IS THE GOVT WAITING? DOES COALITION GOVT LACK TEETH? BULLDOZE ALL THESE ILLEGAL (MAFIA) HOUSES!

  22. Wachenzi Mta-do Says:

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