Children's abuse has grown so widespread in Kenya as a result of the disintegration of traditional norms and the globalization of westernization, with the perpetrators being intimate friends and family such as fathers, sisters, uncles, and brothers. This causes a great deal of psychological distress to the victim because they are often discriminated against by society; as a result, most cases go unreported, with only a few people gaining the courage to confront reality.
Wanjika, a 13-year-old girl from Mirangine village in Ol Karou constituency, Nyandarua county in the former central province, has been victimized by human hostility.
Wanjiku has revealed how her mother's lover sexually abused her multiple times, resulting in an unexpected pregnancy, in a unique broadcast on the YouTube channel brought by Lyn Ngugi, who works for Tuko News.
When she notified the mummy about the latest unfavorable news, she was just urged to get rid of the devil in her head and move on. "Wacha huo ushenzi wako wa kuambia watu," says the narrator. She stated her case. "Wacha huo ushenzi wako wa kuambia watu. She said.
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