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Scramble and Partition of a nation

By Paul Barasa | February 28th 2017
Mombasa women today morning demonstrated due to gender based violence urging the security personnel to guarantee the people of Mombasa especially women security.

This follows a case where a middle-aged woman was gang raped drugged, slashed and left on the railway line where he was crushed by the train making her lose both her legs.

The lady who was identified as Iren has been hospitalised and apparently undergoing treatment. It is said that the woman identified one of the people who raped her.Unfortunately, the suspect has not been arrested.

Irene said that she was left on the railway line so that a train could crush her but through God’s mercy she was not killed by the train instead his legs were cut off.

According to her, she thanks, God because she survived. She is appealing to well-wishers to come to her aid so that they can help her settle the hospital bills.

Apparently, the doctors are saying that the single mother is out of danger and they believe that the medication they are giving to her will be of great help.

Elsewhere three men were on Monday charged in a Mombasa court for allegedly defiling a 14-year- old girl.

The three Mohamed Mahamud, Hussein Sheikh, and Mohamed Ali denied the accusations leveled against them.The court heard that on 23 February 27, 2017, at Bondeni Estate in Mombasa County the three in association with others not before the court, intentionally defiled a 14-year-old girl.

Cases of Gender Based Violence have been on an increase in Mombasa.This has made women to have fear of walking freely.
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