End Femicide March In Kenya: What You Need To Know
Following an uptick in incidents, thousands of Kenyan women staged a nonviolent march against femicide on Saturday in Nairobi and other cities.
The ladies demanded protection and strong action against offenders as they waved signs that read, “Being a woman is not a crime, protect women and stop killing women.” Several males joined them in this protest.
Members of the Law Society of Kenya, led by President Eric Theuri, joined them as well, demanding justice for the women who had lately been killed in Nairobi and other parts of the nation.
Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris was also in the march that went through city streets before they headed to Uhuru Park.
Kate the actress was also among them in the march in Nyeri