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Suspect released on cash bail of 50,000 KShs Behind the Mask When a Kenyan radio station reported that a man had been arrested and charged with sodomy last week, there was alarm in the LGBTI community. BTM correspondent Melissa Wainaina spoke to lawyer, Monica Mbaru, to get the details of what actually happened and why the charge was changed. […]Read Full
Dr Willy Mutunga has taken office as Kenya’s Chief Justice and assured to bring the much needed reforms in the country’s judicial system. “I commit, at the personal and institutional level of the judiciary, to ensure that the courts are accessible to and for all and that the rulings, judgments and pronouncements from the judiciary […]Read Full
“Let us improve our vetting system. According to the Constitution, you should not ask anyone about the sexual orientation or family status since any form of discrimination is outlawed under the Bills of Rights,” said Medical Services Minister Anyang Nyong’o in Parliament. The minister suggested that members of committees that vet candidates for public jobs, […]Read Full
Can the Kenyan gay community engage in this process? The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has commenced a public inquiry into the sexual and reproductive health rights. This inquiry seeks to address public concerns and is informed by increasing reports of deteriorating standards of sexual and reproductive healthcare in both public and private […]Read Full
One would be forgiven for thinking that the Church leadership have suddenly migrated from Kenya. Not a single one of them has issued a statement on the numerous corruption allegations against the Director of Public Prosecutions nominee Keriako Tobiko. To be sure the DPP is as important a position as that of the Chief Justice. […]Read Full