Yesterday, news broke that a lady from Kahawa West was allegedly raped by a particular man who is currently wanted by the Kenyan police. The lady, named Velvine Nungari Kinyanjui, was later found with a broken spinal cord and servere cervical structures.
She would later on succumb to her injuries in the Kenyatta University Teaching and Referral Hospital and was laid to rest in Muranga county. This disturbing news trended for a while on social media, with bloggers like Edgar Obare posting it on his Instagram stories.
Other Kenyan female artist, like Femi One and Nadia Mukami also took to their Instagram account and led a campaign against rape. However, most men responded weirdly to Nadia's posts and seemed to support and encourage rape, something that really angered her. Here are some of Nadia's reactions to her fans comments.
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