At some point in our lives, we are faced with events that we will never forget. We have little control over what we have experienced from now on, in particular, we do not know what we are experiencing or why we want to experience it. This is the tragic story of a Kenyan politician who beat him up.
In some of the most beautiful parts of Africa, Kenya, citizens are expected to observe certain rituals that they feel are beyond their reach. As a result of various incidents, one of which Monica Mebet, a victim of FGM, told us, FGM is one of the worst things about these traditions.
Monica Mebet is a Kenyan politician and a former member of the County Assembly Elected. She is a mother of three children and is married to one man.
According to her tragic story, she was raised in an environment where she believed that girls needed to be circumcised in order to be healthy from childhood to adulthood. However, his time and the manner in which the ceremony took place affected his life.
Monica also said that the doctor who cut her off, either accidentally or intentionally, failed to do what was done to others. Instead of removing the limb from the ceremony, the doctor removed everything, leaving her empty.
Monica despised having sex with her husband with all my heart and could not bear it. To this day, they avoid close association with their husbands because of fear of engaging in sexual misconduct. He faces many challenges, some of which are frustrating.
This is a fact that motivates him to continue his political career to be a leader in the fight against FGM. He said he would not give up politics as long as the fight against the practice continued.
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