Police Officer Arrested For Sodomising A School Boy In Kakamega County
By Verifiednews_Ke | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 2 views
A police officer stationed in Matunda Police Station was arrested for allegedly sodomising a standard seven pupil. He is said to have caused much harm to him and the boy has since not received medication. Parents made peaceful demonstrations to seek justice for the boy who has no parents.
Photo: Courtesy (previous incident)
Kenya's Penal Code condemns actions like the one committed by the police officer. High Court which dismissed an appeal requiring the decriminalization of such practices in the country.
LGBT activists in Kenya were confident that their nation would join an arising pattern in Africa but the nation upheld their demands.
Many countries in do not allow such behavior among its citizens. In Kenya, if found to have committed the offense, one is subjected to serious punishment and a jail term.
The since a long time ago foreseen administering in Kenya had attracted an enormous group to the Milimani High Court in Nairobi, with many individuals, for the most part individuals from the LGBT people group and their partners, lining to get in to the pressed court. They were significantly disillusioned by the negative decision, while different Kenyans on Twitter posed their thoughts that the Court had chosen to secure "the country's morality".
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