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It is not a crime to be a person with disability and Kenya must learn

HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS ARE RAMPANT STILL
Remember the story on albinism not a crime was done around the story of Mr. Enock in Vihiga County. He was attacked by those who wanted to sell his body in Tanzania. After fatally injured, he succumbed to injuries. He was killed because he was albino. This is the society we live in. This sad story is really hurting and painful. It is wrong to claim that we are civilised or rather, we are getting civilised. Not any soon. Until, honestly, we will learn how to respect and uphold human rights. As we expect justice to take its course, we must condemn any attack on persons. Kenyans must learn that money is not everything. Yes, we can trade in animals meat but not human flesh. Being born albino is not a crime. I repeat, we are born free and with dignity. The death of Jamenya should be taken as an eye openner.

About Peter Onyango

Dr. Peter Onyango O. is one of our main contributors. He is a senior law lecturer, a writer, a consultant, peace ambassador, and a researcher. He assists so many professionals, legal minds, and debaters with his skills and scholarly wealth! He supports children and village community as a way of giving back to community. He edits, proof reads, and publishes various articles for our page!

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