Kiraitu Murungi condemns Mombasa bestiality
13 May 2013, 16:16
Meru County senator Kiraitu Murungi has called on the government to intensify security crackdown on unscrupulous foreigners who enter the country to exploit Kenyans.
The former cabinet Minister who condemned the recent Mombasa pornographic saga said the government needs to wake up and improve its intelligence services to protect citizens against exploitation by foreigners.
Kiraitu said it was embarrassing for the county to have young girls engage in sexual intercourse with dogs for cheap pay.
“It’s inhuman and abuse of human nature of the highest order to have our girls lured into bestiality for little pay. We are asking the government to make sure the foreigner behind the Mombasa pornographic saga is jailed for life to serve as a lesson to others with similar intentions,” Said Kiraitu.
The former Energy Minister was addressing faithfuls on Sunday at Jesus House of Praise church at Meru town during the launch of two books written by the Bishop Rev. Kiogora Magambo.
He lamented that many school girls have been misused and abused sexually by the foreigners who pose as tourists, calling on the government to strengthen security in the tourism sector especially at the coast to crackdown on unscrupulous visitors.
“As much as we need tourists in our country for economical growth, we cannot accept anybody to come and exploit our citizens,” Posed the former South Imenti Legislator.
He also called on all religious leaders to come up with serious teachings on moral values.
He said people have abused their bodies due to poverty that is affecting majority of Kenyans.
“We are urging all churches in the country to come up with learning sessions in the church especially to the youths on moral values. I think we are losing the way,” he said.
He attributed the behaviour of the girls to the biting poverty looming in the country and called on the Jubilee government to work towards creating wealth to overcome the challenge.
“Poverty is bad; it can make someone do the worst thing you can never imagine like what was happening at the coast,” Said Kiraitu.
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