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"Kama umechoka na bibi yako, endea rika yako si watoto wetu," President Uhuru warns sugar-daddies

1st December, 2021

President Uhuru Kenyatta has discouraged cross-generational relationships involving elderly men and underage girls. The president said most STDs, including HIV, contracted by the young girls are, in most cases, passed on by the “sugar daddies”. The president made the remarks in Nakuru, where he led the country in marking World Aids Day. Uhuru said married or unmarried elderly men “should be ashamed of themselves” for luring young girls into intimate relationships. Terming such affairs as “manipulative”, the Head of State said: “Before you date an underage girl, ask yourself whether your actions are dignified. Men, date women of your age!”