Kenyan Woman: Police Said I Was ‘Government Property’ Before Rape
August 11, 2017 is a day that Akinyi will never forget. That evening Kenya’s electoral commission announced the result of the August 8 election, showing President Uhuru Kenyatta had won with 54 percent of the vote. Akinyi’s neighborhood in Nairobi, the Dandora slum, descended into chaos. Youths started burning bonfires to show their displeasure with the…
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