Emily Njeri was born in a middle-class family, and things were good until she was in standard six. Speaking to Ann Nyathira of Tuko, Emily said that her parents abandoned her and her siblings and left her to look for odd jobs to fend for her siblings. Emily finished high school, and she met a lady that offered to take her to school in Nairobi, where she did cosmetology and got a job. Emily stated that her place of work turned sour when her employer sold her out to a client who raped her at gunpoint and insisted that he had paid for the services. The sad story has warmed the heart of many Kenyans who flooded the comment section with their comments. People said that regulations should be available for places like Spas where women are vulnerable. People asked the government to intervene for women like Emily who are victims of sexual violence. Women have also been advised to be vocal about sexual abuse in their places of work.
We pray that Emily finds justice for the injustices commuted to her.
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