Monday, November 28, 2011

Kenyan government walk the talk and give a 100% protection to the girls this MUTILATING (FGM )SEASON! AND EARLY MARRIAGES,We want to see some serious jail terms for all the crooks and pedophiles !! Ambassador Mashua

According to a reliable source and an article, most of the mutilation are executed deep in the night which has been an obstacle to the fight against FGM. And most girls are forced to marry after undergoing FGM.
December holiday when such ceremonies are rampant. With the passing of Bill in April this year, Kenya joined other African countries prohibiting FGM.
The bill provides that any one found practicing FGM and convicted will be sent to jail for seven years or fined 500,000 shillings. (5,250$)!! Anyone who causes death in the process of carrying out FGM will be liable to life imprisonment.Those convicted of aiding, abetting or carrying out FGM will be liable to imprisonment for a term between three and seven years or a fine of between 100,000 shillings and 500,000 shillings (5,250$). Kenyan government it is time you walk the talk we want to see some serious jail time for the crooks and also life imprisonment especially to all the crooks, handlers and helpers involved in the mutilation murder of the 16 years old girl who bleed to death few weeks ago in POKOT!!! We are watching and we are on to you!! And every girl that will be mutilated we will count at least 3 crooks jailed so 1 for 3!! meanwhile we will continue rescuing girls because its still so clear they are not safe!!! Do your job and keep the children safe!!
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Ambassador Lucy Mashua
Assisting and advocating for U.S. refugees and women’s rights
Global Ambassador for Ending Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Leading the Worldwide Campaign Against FGM
Lobbying for HR 2221:The Girl's Protection Act sponsored by Rep. Joseph Crowley and Rep. Mary Bono Mack.