Sonko offers reward to find women strippers
17 November 2014, 17:06
Nairobi - From slim-possible to bounties in just one week, Nairobi
Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko is the man of the moment, with all the spotlight on
The videos of women getting stripped naked in the streets of Nairobi due
to what is called “Indecency” has angered the senator,
forcing him to place a bounty on the heads of all of the people who took part
in these heinous acts. He came out in full support of the My Dress
My Choice campaign, condemning the actions by these touts.
" I PRAY THIS
MORNING to God and ask him for his forgiveness.
I ask him to forgive the Men who have been STRIPPING LADIES NAKED in major town
I ask him to kindly make all those Individuals understand that the 21st century
Ladies are very digital and different.
I ask him to reign upon us all and bring real peace between those men and those
ladies who have been stripped naked.
Bring peace God between those who strip women in towns and ladies who fear that
their current dress-code may cause them to be embarrassed by individuals who
might unknowingly or knowingly choose to strip them naked.
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Finally dear God, Bless all your people as your Real peace reigns upon this
I pray all these in the mighty name of Jesus Christ.
Blessed Sunday Watu Wangu Wote!!
However, I STRONGLY condemn the Barbaric Act.
And for the sake of Justice & the respect I accord to ALL the Women in this
country, I hear-by offer a reward of KES 100,000/- to anybody giving
information which will lead to the arrest and Prosecution of the Suspects who
heartlessly stripped naked a young lady at Embasava Stage along Tom Mboya
Street Nairobi last week."
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